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Posted on 2006-07-24
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When adding other attendees to a meeting, I can see detailed information about their sceduled appointments whereas for others I can see the time block but nothting else and then again for others I see no shared information. Why is there a difference and is it possible to display detailed appointment details to some users only?
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David Lee earned 500 total points
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Greetings, Bartley1969.

Those that you see no information for may not be publishing free/busy information.  Are you using Exchange as your mail server or something else?  What's the difference between the users you can see details for and those you can't?  Do you have delegate access to those accounts, or have you been given additonal permissions to their calendars?

Cheers!
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by:Bartley1969
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yes using exchange server. can't tell the difference betwen users. no delegate permissions
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Take a look at this previous and very similar question: http://www.experts-exchange.com/Applications/MS_Office/Outlook/Q_21877130.html
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Thanks for the link.
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by:David Lee
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Can you explain why you gave me the lowest grade possible?
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by:Bartley1969
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cuase it didn't answer my question.
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If it didn't answer your question, then you shouldn't have accepted an answer.  Instead you should have asked for a refund.
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fine, i'll do that then, ty for the tip.
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