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Exchange 2007 sp2 - Outlook 2003 sp3 - Users cant see free busy for new decade 2011 - from jan1 before that date ok?

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Hi cant see anyones free/busy for 2011 - jan1 onwards - dont know wht - i have all mailbox's on exchange 2007 but still have public folder replica to old exc2003 server. all users see for 2011 on is hashed lines - HELP ANYONE PLEASE
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How many months have you set outlook to publish in free/busy? Default is 2 from what I remember. Should be under tools-->options-->Calendar

Add a jan 2011 appointment/meeting to outlook and see if it gets published.
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yeah it looks like outlook clients need to do dummy entry and publish more months - strange it comes to head at start of new decade 2010 jan 1
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jan1 2011 i mean
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Thanks for the points
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