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Free/Busy notification when scheduling meetings

Posted on 2006-10-31
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I use Outllook 2002/2003 and Exchange server and have set up clients so they can view each others calendars.

The problem is that I have to manually check all calendars for free time before sending the invitation.
Is there any way to be notified of busy status once I choose an attendee, before sending the invite?

Thanks,
Rayner
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UINVDJM earned 500 total points
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Hi rayves,

If you start a new appointment and choose the scheduling tab (towards the top) you will be able to add in attendees there and instantly be able to see their busy / free data.

Cheers!
Darren
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Found it, thanks :)


Rayner
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Glad I could point you in the right direction. And thank you for the grade!

Best
Darren
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