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Extend Outlook Free\Busy for all users for one year

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Our users can only book meetings 2 onths in advance, we would like to have them be able to book well into the following year

We are are going into published months of inside each Outlook, client  going into free\busy and extending it out 1 year.  Then run \cleanfreebusy.exe

The trouble is, we need to do this for all users, rather than go into individual mailboxes.  Is there any way to do this with a server setting?  A step by step procedure would be great on this.
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