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Inside Microsoft® Exchange Server 2007 Web Services by Huw Upshall, Mark Taylor, Ben Spain, Michael Mainer, David Sterling

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Working with Free/Busy Information

Free/busy information that is returned in a GetUserAvailiabilityResponse can come in various levels of detail. The most basic level of detail is free/busy status only (indicates if the attendee is busy, tentatively busy, free, or out of the office for a given time slot.) Higher levels of detailed free/busy information include details about calendar items that attendees have on their calendar, such as the calendar item subject and location.

The amount of free/busy information that a caller is allowed to see for an attendee depends on the permission level the caller has against the attendee’s primary calendar folder. Microsoft Office Outlook 2007, for example, allows anyone to set this level of permission by selecting ...

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