Group Meetings in outlook

When I try to set up a group meeting Outlook is not letting me view their availability through the attendee availability tab as it usually does.  It is showing the line next to their names with the horizontal lines indicating no information.

The biggest change that has been made is i had a test email server that i decomissioned and some how it had become the master public folder holder. I went into the remaning server and added it as a public folder replica. all the public folders came back however we are having the above problem. I wasn't sure if i should put this in the server area or outlook area.

We also checked out the problem and it mentioned something about free/busy data. That is being replicated correctly (or it seems) and one article (cant remember where) said that the public free/busy data should be re synced once a user logs in through a mapi client, which we are doing.


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msidnamAsked:
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SeanConnollyCommented:
msidnam

Would it be worth running Outlook with the /cleanfreebusy argument?

Also, are you the only person having this problem or are others also?

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msidnamAuthor Commented:
One of my admins told me it was everyone. I will try the cleanfreebusy switch in the morning and let you know. thank you for the suggestion.
msidnamAuthor Commented:
I have tried this is a few people and so far so good. Thanx for the help. Do you know of any site that has other handy outlook switches?
SeanConnollyCommented:
msidnam

You could do worse than try here:

http://www.outlook-tips.net/howto/commandlines.htm
msidnamAuthor Commented:
Thank you again.
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