Can you clarify whether this is a public folder calendar or a resource? You call it both in your question. A public folder calendar is only found on the public folder list. A resource calendar belongs to a resource mailbox which can be opened as a separate profile as a complete mailbox in Outlook. If this is a resource calendar, then tell Outlook to prompt you for a profile when you open it (control panel, mail icon, show profiles, select “prompt…”), open outlook and select “new” next to the profile name, create a new profile for the resource. Open that resource in its own profile. Close it again and go to start, run. On the run line type “outlook.exe /cleanfreebusy” You will get the prompt for choosing the profile. Choose the resource profile and let outlook load. Close it again, re-open your own profile and see if you can now see the free/busy info. If this is a public folder calendar it does not have the same functionality as a true resource mailbox and calendar. You cannot do these steps for a public folder calendar.