Calendar and Scheduling Issues
Applies to: Exchange Server 2007 SP1, Exchange Server 2007
Topic Last Modified: 2009-06-09
One of the most widely used features of Microsoft Exchange Server 2007 is user and resource calendars and scheduling. The use of calendaring can be as simple as individual users managing their time and as complex as a conference room calendar that is managed by multiple users with various levels of access.
The calendaring and resource management features have been greatly improved in Exchange 2007. For a detailed list of these improvements, see New Information Worker Functionality.
The following topic will help you troubleshoot problems you may encounter with the Autodiscover connectivity and Availability service. The Availability service for Microsoft Exchange Server 2007 provides calendar information for your users. This information is known as free/busy information. The Autodiscover service provides information for the Availability service by locating and providing the external and internal URLs for the Outlook 2007 client.
The following topics will help you troubleshoot specific problems with resource mailboxes and resource scheduling:
- Set Permissions Button is Unavailable When Configuring Permissions for a Resource Mailbox
- No Confirmation Received That a Resource Has Accepted an Invitation When You Schedule a Meeting
- Scheduling Assistant Does Not Give Suggested Times
- Troubleshooting Error 930865 When You Try to Accept a Meeting Request on Behalf of an Exchange 2007 Resource Mailbox
- Users Cannot Enable Out Of Office Assistant When Using Outlook 2007
- Exchange 2007 Users Unable to See Free/Busy Information for Mailboxes on Exchange 2003 Server
- Error Message When You Use the Set-MailboxCalendarSettings Cmdlet to Book a Resource
- Calendar Connector Service Exits and Event ID 5005 Is Logged