How can authorized users of my Calendar see free, but not busy time?


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JGood

Hello,
I would like to know if it is posible for users of Outlook 2003 (or
2007), when setting up appointments/meetings in their Calendars, to
see if the people they are inviting have free time at the desired
meeting time without being able to see everything on each of their
invitees Calendars?
In other words, is it possible to share or publish one's free time
without sharing or publishing one's busy time? Even if my free and
busy time must be published together, can the details about my busy
time be inaccessable (or blocked) when other authorized users view my
Calendar?
Thanks!
 
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Milly Staples [MVP - Outlook]

Tools->Options->Calendar->Planner Options-> ensure all check boxes are blank.

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After furious head scratching, JGood asked:

| Hello,
| I would like to know if it is posible for users of Outlook 2003 (or
| 2007), when setting up appointments/meetings in their Calendars, to
| see if the people they are inviting have free time at the desired
| meeting time without being able to see everything on each of their
| invitees Calendars?
| In other words, is it possible to share or publish one's free time
| without sharing or publishing one's busy time? Even if my free and
| busy time must be published together, can the details about my busy
| time be inaccessable (or blocked) when other authorized users view my
| Calendar?
| Thanks!
 

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