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No Free/Busy Information Could be Retrieved

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We are having a problem viewing  the Free/Busy schedule of other users calendars when creating new a appointment.  This is something that used to work.  The error we receive is "No Free/Busy Information Could be Retrieved" when trying to view other users calendar schedule.  I am not aware of any time frame when it stopped working.
This is a child domain site  that we are browsing the calendars and viewing.  Attached is a screen shot.  Any help would be appreciated.

- Exchange 2003 SP1
- Windows Server 2003
- Outlook 2007 Client

No-Free-Busy-Info-Error.doc
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by:Madjax
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Hi
Try start Outlook with /cleanfreebusy switch. START > Run > Outlook.exe /cleanfreebusy
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Sorry, that was the first thing I tried.  I think this is more related to the Exchange server rather than the Outlook client.
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If your Outlook uses cached mode....try take that off for a bit and see if that is the cause
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Madjax,

Would you suggest taking off Cached mode on both client sides?

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Yes, all that get this error should try take off cached mode. If it works after doing so, then re-create the OST-file or make a new Outlook profile.
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Needed to take up with MS there was some other work that was done to the Public Folder store that may be related to this.  
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