We are running Exchange 2007 on the server and Office 2007 on the desktops.   I want to only have some users view my calendar in Busy/Free mode and not have my details of the calendar appointments appear. I have played with all of the delegate and folder permissions and to no avail.  I have even added the reg key mentioned in the below information, but this is for public folders and it did not help.

On the client workstation open up the registry editor and navigate to the following location HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\Microsoft\Office\12.0\O utlook\Options\Calendar



Create a new entry.



Value Type: DWORD



Value Name: UseLegacyFB



Values: 0 or not set (default behavior which is to use the Availability Service) or 1 (use Public Folder based Free\Busy information)



Set the Value to 1 and exit the registry editor, relaunch Outlook and it should then start showing the Free\Busy information

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