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We are in a coexistence mode with exchange 2013 and exchange 2007. Issue is when users book meetings users on exchange 2013 do not get messages stating that they are scheduling conflicting meetings. The meeting schedule anyway however users on exchange 2007 are getting decline notices when they are scheduling conflicting meetings.
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That usually goes into the availability service, which is ran by EWS. I would make sure both servers have a valid internal and external URL within EWS, as AutoDiscover would pull this.

To figure this out, I would run the following command in Exchange 2013:

Get-ClientAccessServer | Get-WebServicesVirtualDirectory | Select *URL*

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