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Group schedules don't refresh automatically in Outlook 2007

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i have recently upgraded my company to Exchagne 2007 SP1.  Several individuals that use group scheduling heavily have reported that it doens't auto-refresh the free/busy.  

How do you correct this behavior.  I would like to be able to set a global setting to update these automatically.
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Check to see if this may be related:
http://support.microsoft.com/kb/958934

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This helped with part of my question but not all of it was covered.  It was a good start.  
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