Outlook 2007 connected to Exchange 2003 can't view Availability for Meeting Invite

Posted on 2010-04-01
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Last Modified: 2012-05-09
We have a user who has Outlook 2007 connected to Exchange 2003 server. The use can't view Availability for any users when creating a Meeting Invite. She used to be able to. Nothing has change
Question by:DustinR1
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not sure if you went through this yet.


Also have you had the user try from another machine or a new profile or using OWA?

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ashishkpandey earned 2000 total points
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OK it seems issue is with Free / Busy not available. Try opening outlook using commandline switch .

Outlook /cleanfreebusy

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