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outlook 2003 free/busy on EX2010 Resource Mailboxes

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I have resource mailboxes on exchange 2010. My exchange 2003 users, running outlook 2003 can only see the busy status of the calendar. They cant see the subject or contents of the calendar items. Shouldn't they be able to see just as much as the outlook 2007 and 2010 users?
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How did you install Exchange 2010? With the Legacy Outlook options or not?
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yes with Legacy.. Needs to interact with Exch 2k3 for another year
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Did you reed this MS KB? http://support.microsoft.com/kb/945602/en-us

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thxs
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