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Outlook 2010/2003 Availability Issue

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I have a few clients running Outlook 2010 and 2003 and when they go to check the availability of any user past November 1, it simply shows the 'no information' hashes. They can view the availability on others.
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I figured out my issue. It has to do with Free/Busy information not being published past two months (Default) The user will have to change this in Outlook. (or a Group Policy can be set to change this for all Outlook users in our Domain)
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I figured out my issue. It has to do with Free/Busy information not being published past two months (Default) The user will have to change this in Outlook. (or a Group Policy can be set to change this for all Outlook users in our Domain)
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