Error updating public folder with busy information

Although Tech Net and the Exchange development team blog (at provide good information about free/busy data, this article aims to give you comprehensive coverage of the topic, bringing different sources of information together to illuminate one of the more esoteric parts of Exchange.

Let’s start demystifying free/busy data by looking at where Exchange stores it and how clients publish it.

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To track users’ availability for meetings, Exchange Server and its clients use free/busy data—a mechanism that often causes angst for Exchange administrators.

Few administrators understand how clients publish free/busy data as users update their calendars, where Exchange stores the data, and what the data actually represents.

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