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    Hi there,

    My boss would like anyone to be able to see information about his meetings in the calendar. Currently if I try to book a meeting with him, and look at his free/busy information in Outlook meeting request scheduling tab, I can only see that he is out of the office (purple) or in a meeting (blue).

    Is there any way for us to be able to see more informatio, ie the subject of the meeting, etc?

    We're using Exchange 2003 with Outlook 2007.

    Thanks in advance,
    Steve.

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    Re: See more information in free/busy

    It shows that info by default.
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    • #3
      Re: See more information in free/busy

      Where does it show it by default?

      Have a look at this image: http://www.paint-by-numbers.net/freebusy.jpg

      I'd like to hover over the bars, or have the info show up in the bar somewhere. Is that possible?

      Thanks in advance.

      Steve.

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      • #4
        Re: See more information in free/busy

        The only way that you see more information is by having more permissions on the Calendar folder. That may provide more information than is required.
        Another option is to upgrade to Exchange 2010, which gives you more control over calendar information display.

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