User’s can see appt details in Scheduling Asst Outlook 2007

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Microsoft Exchange 2007
Microsoft Outlook
Microsoft Outlook 2007
Outlook Scheduling
I have a few users who, when scheduling and appt, use the Scheduling Assistant in Outlook 2007 to see attendee availabilty. This is all fine and normal, but when they do this, they are able to see the detailed info about the attendee's other meetings. There are 2 people who have rights to other calendars which could explain this. But there is one person who doesn't have rights to anyone's calendar but can see everyone's details in the Scheduling Assistant section of creating a new meeting.
Even as a Domain Admin, I can only see one of their calendar details, everyone else is a solid bar in the Sched Asst. 
Has anyone else run across this issue?
Steve
P.S.  We are in the process of migrating mailboxes from Exchange 2000 to Exchange 2007. All the users in this department have been migrated to the Exchange 2007 box and are running Outlook 2007 locally.


Software/Hardware used:
Exchange 2007, Outlook 2007

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Outlook 2007 allows you to set “free/busy time” only on the calendar. You may have to switch it to none or contributor, apply and then switch it to free/busy only to correct it.

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  • Subhendu Sen
    A good guide is here : http://itknowledgeexchange.techtarget.com/itanswers/freebusy/
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