Outlook calender

drew_burke
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Greetings-

I have a user who sent this in to me:
For some reason folks can not see my calendar online when setting up
meetings online. Is this something in my profile or is it something on
my end I need to change?

Is this going to most likely be a problem on his end because I don't see anything wrong in exchange?

Thanks,
Drew
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Under Tools --> Options --> Calendar Options --> Free/Busy Options, you should select a time period to save on the server for viewing.  Check what information they have in this area.

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Thanks- I'll try this and get back to.

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Ok- I he finaly got ahold of that guy...his settings were correct and set appropriately.  I taken a look at his exchange box and he is about 300,000 KB of 515MB of space available.  Is this going to be something else like a capacity issue?
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You might check the permissions on the calendar folder.  Open the calendar and select File --> Folder --> Properties for "Calendar" --> Permissions.

You can either set specific permissions here, or general.

Take a look at this link for a little more info:

http://www.udel.edu/oet/documents/How%20to%20give%20Outlook%20calendar%20permissions.pdf

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Looks like this doc shows how to grant people to see his calender events but I was just referring to people just being able to see his free/busy.

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-I think I'm going to try and re-build his profile and move his mail box over to a diff server with larger storage and see what comes of that.

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