Free/busy info not showing


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Good folks, after doing a little poking myself this may wind up being
informational more than anything else. I have a client/clients on a Office
2003 client/exchange 2003 server network. For some reason I cant see
free/busy information beyond 6/1/2006 . The calendar viewer shows stripes in
the calendar which the legends indicates is "no information available" . And
being that today is 4/18/2006 that seems like 6 weeks of information is
publishable. The only setting that I know of to show free/busy info is 1
month, 2 months, etc. This is the case for numerous clients. I can try to
send a meeting invitation to 5 random clients and all it is possible that all
of their free/busy info ends on 6/1/2006. That seems a little strange to me.
Any clues would be greatly appreciated. Thanks in advance.
 
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Milly Staples [MVP - Outlook]

Change your free/busy publishing time to 12 months.

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Milly Staples [MVP - Outlook]

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After furious head scratching, pd asked:

| Good folks, after doing a little poking myself this may wind up being
| informational more than anything else. I have a client/clients on a
| Office 2003 client/exchange 2003 server network. For some reason I
| cant see free/busy information beyond 6/1/2006 . The calendar viewer
| shows stripes in the calendar which the legends indicates is "no
| information available" . And being that today is 4/18/2006 that seems
| like 6 weeks of information is publishable. The only setting that I
| know of to show free/busy info is 1 month, 2 months, etc. This is the
| case for numerous clients. I can try to send a meeting invitation to
| 5 random clients and all it is possible that all of their free/busy
| info ends on 6/1/2006. That seems a little strange to me. Any clues
| would be greatly appreciated. Thanks in advance.
 
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