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Some Free Busy not available after Exchange 2003 to 2010 migration

Posted on 2011-03-09
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I just completed a migration from Exchange 2003 to Exchange 2010 with 95 users now all on the 2010 environment.  I have a mix of users on Outlook 2003 and Outlook 2007.  Of those 95 users, I have 2 where free/busy time shows as unavailable to users of Outlook 2007 or OWA, but Outlook 2003 users can see their free/busy just fine.  Of the two, one uses Outlook 2003 and one uses Outlook 2007.

Aside from those 2 for whom free/busy is only viewable in outlook 2003, all other users' availability shows up fine regardless of whether Outlook 2003 or 2007 is used.

I did have some pains migrating our public folders to 2010, and I have to sort out a Sync Issue that's likely related to our Organizational forms.  But OAB and Free/Busy for other Outlook 2003 users works fine, and one of the users is on Outlook 2007, so I'm not convinced that it's entirely a server issue.  Any suggestions?

 
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by:sweeps
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try the following to start up outlook and then exit outlook and go back in to see if it fixes the issue.

Outlook.exe /CleanReminders

Outlook.exe /CleanFreeBusy
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Thanks. Tried those, no go.
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Got it.  No permissions on the Calendars.  I had seen that a couple times before when the company moved from Exch2000 to 2003.
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