[OL2003] Free/busy information not automatically updated on server


J

Jannick Asmus

Hi,

my free/busy information are not automatically updated every 5 minutes
despite the configuration in Calendar Options. The manual update works
perfectly fine.

Working without exchange, but with OL2003/Vista.


Any hints are highly appreciated.

Best wishes,
J.
 
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M

Milly Staples [MVP - Outlook]

Where are you publishing your free/busy?
http://www.slipstick.com/calendar/freebusy.htm

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Milly Staples [MVP - Outlook]

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After furious head scratching, Jannick Asmus asked:

| Hi,
|
| my free/busy information are not automatically updated every 5 minutes
| despite the configuration in Calendar Options. The manual update works
| perfectly fine.
|
| Working without exchange, but with OL2003/Vista.
|
|
| Any hints are highly appreciated.
|
| Best wishes,
| J.
 
J

Jannick Asmus

Hi Milly,

apologies for the late reply.

Milly Staples said:
Where are you publishing your free/busy?

I am publishing my free/busy on a server by ftp. Manual publishing works
pretty nicely.

Is it really needed for automatic publishing to fill in a default search
location? It was not for manual publishing, and the automatic publishing
does not work after I set the default search location.

Thanks for your help.

Best wishes,
J.
 
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J

Jannick Asmus

Milly Staples said:
Is it really needed for automatic publishing to fill in a default search
location? It was not for manual publishing, and the automatic publishing
does not work after I set the default search location.

This seems to be the crucial point here: If the default search location is
set, then the free/busy is updated automatically - apprently only if a
change is made in the calendar.

Thanks for your help.

Best wishes,
J.
 

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