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Schedule+ Free/Busy System Folder Is Missing - 19.Nov.2005 9:03:38 PM   
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Schedule+ Free/Busy System Folder Is Missing
if I follow the instruction in MS Article ID 275171 "Because the folders are re-created,
the data contained in the original site folders are lost."
Can I restore all e-mail account data emails,contacts etc. from my Veritas backup into the new store?
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RE: Schedule+ Free/Busy System Folder Is Missing - 20.Nov.2005 5:52:29 PM   
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The Schedule+ Free/Busy System Folder contains free/busy information of your users.
There is nothing to restore.
As your users make calendar entries the free/busy times will be repopulated.

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RE: Schedule+ Free/Busy System Folder Is Missing - 20.Nov.2005 6:03:33 PM   
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Thank you for your reply (-:

The problem I am having is no one can see anyone elses outlook calendar to check to see if they are busy or not when making an appointment..
When in the scheduler in outlook when they try to see if the attendee is busy they receive “no free/busy information could be retrieved”

under public folders in the exchange admin there is no free busy folder. Is this correct?

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RE: Schedule+ Free/Busy System Folder Is Missing - 20.Nov.2005 9:05:17 PM   
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Create a test meeting and invite ALL of your users.
Aks them to accept it. You can then delete this meeting later.

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RE: Schedule+ Free/Busy System Folder Is Missing - 20.Nov.2005 9:46:49 PM   
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Yes that works. making appointments in the outlook calendar work fine
When in the scheduler in outlook users try to setup a meeting with others and they would like to see if all or some of the attendees are free/busy, they can't the area is hashed out on the attendees but not on the person trying to make the meeting. When the person making the meeting clicks on the hashed area they receive “no free/busy information could be retrieved”

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RE: Schedule+ Free/Busy System Folder Is Missing - 20.Nov.2005 10:49:15 PM   
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That will change as the users make calendar entries.

How Free/Busy works:
The Outlook clients automatically send a free/busy update when their calendar is updated. This will include the new update and any other free/busy info.

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RE: Schedule+ Free/Busy System Folder Is Missing - 21.Nov.2005 12:11:39 AM   
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Thank you
I will let you know how it works out on Monday.

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RE: Schedule+ Free/Busy System Folder Is Missing - 21.Nov.2005 2:31:53 PM   
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No good.
I am getting the following in the exchange event log:

Event Type: Error
Event Source: MSExchangeFBPublish
Event Category: General
Event ID: 8207
Date:  11/21/2005
Time:  8:23:29 AM
User:  N/A
Computer: LKBMAIL3
Description:
Error updating public folder with free-busy information on virtual machine LKBMAIL3. The error number is 0x80004005.
For more information, click http://www.microsoft.com/contentredirect.asp.

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