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Posted on 2005-04-22
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I have a user, who, when she schedules appointments and goes to look at the attendee availability, it shows 'no information'. Does anyone know what might be causing this? Running Office 2003 with sp1 installed.
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Question by:ctcor
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Hi ctcor,

Sounds as if the free/busy information for those attendees isn't being published.  Can other staff in the same organization see availability information for the same staff that this person cannot see?

Cheers!
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This sounds like a free/busy problem in Outlook.

try starting Outlook from a command line "outlook.exe /cleanfreebusy". This
will republish their FB data to the mailbox from the F/B system public
folder.

You may also in Outlook choose "Tools" - "Options" - "Calendar Options" - "Free/Busy Options". Check how many months is set to publish the free/busy information on the server.
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