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Thread: [SOLVED] Freebusy not available beyond 54 days from Outlook launch

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    Default [SOLVED] Freebusy not available beyond 54 days from Outlook launch

    Right now with ZCS 6.0.7.1 and ZCO 6.0.6031.8 (a pre-release provided by support), I find that I can't see others' free-busy in Outlook past a point exactly 54 days in the future counting from the time I launch Outlook.

    Quitting and relaunching Outlook resets the counter. For example I launched Outlook at 2:35 PM just now and I couldn't see free-busy for other users past 2:35 PM 10/24. Things stayed that way until I quit & restarted at 2:38 PM. Now I can't see free-busy past 2:38.

    Can anyone else confirm this bug, on a recent ZCO?

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    Okay, I found a solution.

    Tools > Options > Calendar Options > Free/Busy Options

    Change the value in "Publish X month(s) of Calendar free/busy information on the server."

    I'm also guessing that modifying the "Update free/busy information on the server every X minutes" will cause the data to update more frequently during a session.

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