Calander busy data not updating
The Mailbox server must be running Exchange 2007 SP2 or higher, and you must have at least one Exchange 2013 Client Access server in the Exchange organization.
You can use organization relationships by introducing a single Exchange 2013 Client Access server in the organization, providing a more robust solution than solutions that synchronize free/busy information and require GAL synchronization.
For more information, see Learn about Office 365 operated by 21Vianet. The on-premises Exchange administrator has to set up an authentication relationship with the cloud (also known as "federation") and must meet minimum software requirements.
To learn more about setting up federation, see Federation.
Solutions I have tried: Starting outlook with the /cleanfreebusy switch, tried the /cleanschedplus switch but didnt want to work (gave me some error), checked permissions on calendar, calendar is set for showing 6 months and refreshing every 15 miniutes, doenst matter what pc or user I try no one can see the free/busy info, tried recreating outlook profile of the user/resource What I dont get is that this doesnt happen to everyone just certain users/resources.
I just created 10 new resources and out of the 10 only 1 was able to work in that I can see the free/busy time.
The Client Access servers that aren't published to the Internet must have the external URL of the Web services virtual directory set with the URL that's visible to external organizations.
Client Access servers in Active Directory sites that don't have a Client Access server published to the Internet can use Client Access servers in other Active Directory sites that are accessible from the Internet.When using Outlook 2010 or Outlook Web App to scheduling a meeting on an Exchange 2007 server, a user who has a mailbox on an Exchange 2007 server can see free/busy information for a user in the external organization.Free/busy information for Exchange 2007 mailboxes is visible to recipients in the external organization.I did nothing different when I created that one that I didnt do to the others.... You may need to coordinate schedules with people in different organizations or with friends and family members so that you can work together on projects or plan social events.
Ok, I know this is a common problem and has been answered 100 times before but...