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Scheduling Assitant: Suggested Times shows No Rooms

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Need some help on this one... E2K7 and Outlook 2007 I have a bunch of Conference Rooms setup as resource mailboxes and only 1 out of 10 of them is showing Suggested Times in the Scheduling Assistant.  The rest all show "No Rooms".  Also, I'm able to see Free/Busy info for all the rooms without a problem.  

Please help... I need to be able to see the suggested times.
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I figured this out.  It was some sort of bug.. when I hide the Conference Rooms and un-hide them the suggested meetings times started working again.  Very odd.
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