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I want one user availability in outlook to show as unavailable, no free busy to others in my organization

how can I do it , it is outlook 2013, exchange 2007
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You can have the user set this within his/her account by doing the following:

1. Open Outlook.
2. Click on the Calendar.
3. Next on the ribbon will be the option for "Calendar Permissions". Click this choice for the Calendar Properties dialog box.
4. Now note that the Free/Busy permission level is set to "Read".
5. Change this option to "None" by selecting the radio button, then click "Apply" and "OK" to set this new level.

I've also included a link to a webpage that discusses this with some screenshots:

https://www.extendoffice.com/documents/outlook/1482-outlook-set-free-busy-information.html

Best of luck.
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