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Free/Busy doesn't publish more than 1 Month of Calendar  Data

Posted on 2008-06-18
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I am perplexed as to why I cannot view/schedule more than 1 month using the Free/Busy feature within Outlook.  I went to my Free/Busy options and made sure that all of our clients were publishing 3 months of calendar information, but I can only see 1 Month.  Strange.
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I tried what the article had mentioned but it didn't work.
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