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Moving mailboxes - 12.Sep.2002 3:07:00 PM   
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We are currently moving some mailboxes from 5.5 to 2000 but we have discovered that the users now on exch 2000 can no longer view other peoples free/busy times in the Calendar in Outlook esp. when setting up meetings!
We have checked client permissions on Schedule+ Free/Busy Public Folder and Default is set to Editor ok.
We have updated ADC connector from 5.5 to 2000 (for access to old 5.5 accounts in address book).
We have applied SPs to peoples Office installation.
No luck so far... "[Frown]"
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RE: Moving mailboxes - 12.Sep.2002 9:57:00 PM   
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What Versioin of Service pack are you using on your exchange if you are using no service packs then please see that you update it to SP2 and try the same
Raj

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RE: Moving mailboxes - 13.Sep.2002 9:58:00 AM   
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We have Exchange 2000 SP2 on all our E2K Servers
and Windows 2K SP2.

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RE: Moving mailboxes - 13.Sep.2002 2:06:00 PM   
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I should also mention that people with no Admin rights can see the Free/Busy information. Users with Admin rights can see it. This applies to 5.5 and 2000 email accounts.

I been trying to apply rights to all sorts of places to see if users can see Free/Busy info.

Exch SP3 does not mention much about Free/Busy info, this may be my next step...

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RE: Moving mailboxes - 13.Sep.2002 7:41:00 PM   
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On 1 client w/ problem w/ free busy run from Run line: outlook.exe /cleanfreebusy. Then do "test" appointment.

On 2 client w/ problem w/ free busy run from Run line: outlook.exe /cleanfreebusy. Then see if you can accept invitation from client 1, and vice versa.

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RE: Moving mailboxes - 16.Sep.2002 5:09:00 PM   
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The second computer failed to clean free/busy info when loading Outlook with that switch.

The user has 'Full Mailbox Access' rights on their mailbox with their AD user. Do I need to apply more rights to their own mailbox?

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RE: Moving mailboxes - 17.Sep.2002 11:59:00 AM   
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I fixed it!

In Exch 5.5 Admin the accounts that were moved still had their old domain accounts as the primary NT account rather than the new domain!
Changing the primary NT account to new domain account fixed it (also added their old account in Permissions as well).

YES!

Peter
:-)

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