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Hi,
     after the migration of Exchange 2003 to another 2003 i have some problem with calendar. When i want to see any information about other person invited to the meeting i can't. Before this migration this attribute was possible.
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 exampleyou have any idea how can i resolve this problem?
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by:Jon Brelie
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What do you mean when you say you migrated from one exchange server 2003 to another 2003?

Did you add another 2003 server and migrate a mailbox?  Did you replace the existing server?  Free/Busy info is stored in public folders so you need to make sure that you replicated them correctly.

Take a look here: http://www.msexchange.org/tutorials/freebusy-folders-exchange-server-2003-depth.html
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I had a Exchange 2003 with a broken DB. Then i prepared other server with Exchange 2003 too. I follow the instructions and replicate the public folders. The old Exchange server doesn't exist any more. What can i do in this case? can i create other folder o instance to restore this tool?
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by:Jon Brelie
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Take a look at this site:  http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/aa997491%28EXCHG.65%29.aspx

Check and see that your SCHEDULE+FREE BUSY folder exists and that it contains content.  Then check permissions and make sure that your users can view and modify it.
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by:Orbis
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I haven't any schedule+Free BUSY folder. do i need install any feature to my exchange server?.
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by:Jon Brelie
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Read the link I gave you.  It shows you how to right click your public folders and select "view system folders"

If you do that, the free/busy folder should be there.
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by:Orbis
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ok, in this moment i'm going to business trip but i will see that.
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by:Orbis
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ok, it's right. I found the folder. Now what must i do?
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by:Jon Brelie
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right click on it, select properties and check client permissions.  Make sure that your users can access it.  You can try adding a user explicitly instead of via group to test.
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ok, i do that but it didn't solve the problem. what else can i do?
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Hrmm... Try starting outlook with the /cleanfreebusy flag and see if that helps.  You may need to do this for each user whose info does not display.
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by:Orbis
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ok, when i run Outlook with the /cleanfreebusy flag i can see the schedule. is it possible run some task in the server?
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by:Jon Brelie
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Nope.  This just tells outlook to refresh the publicly stored free/busy information.

I would suggest using your login script or group policy if you need to force a lot users to run this.


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yes, i did that but it isn't nice jajaj.
Thanks.
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