Outlook XP - Viewing Details of Other Peoples Calender

We are running Exchange Version 6.0 with the local workstations running Office XP SP3 & Windows 2000 SP4 & XP Pro SP2.  When inviting an employee to a meeting I can only view two (2) peoples details in the "invite attendee" window (I can run my mouse over the blue bars and the details come up).  I have checked their settings at their local workstations and they are the same as all the other peoples settings.  Where is this setting at to be able to view other peoples details?
IagnstiAsked:
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The_IT_GarageCommented:
The permissins are set on the Exchange server side of things, you need to go into Exchange Administrator to set their permissions.
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IagnstiAuthor Commented:
Within active directory?  Where do I go?
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The_IT_GarageCommented:
Exchange Administrator should be installed on the Exchange server itself.

BTW by Exchange 6.0 you do mean Exchange 2000, correct?
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IagnstiAuthor Commented:
Yes 2000, sorry I forgot to put that in.  If I go Start, Programs, Microsoft Exchange...the only things in there is "Active Directory Cleanup Wizard", "Active Directory", "Migration Wizard" and "System Manager".  I do not see exchange admin.
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The_IT_GarageCommented:
The path should be something like C:\EXCHSRVR\BIN and the program is ADMIN.EXE.
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