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cthomas

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When inviting people to meetings via Outlook 2007 I am getting

An error occurred reading Internet free/busy data. General failure. The URL was

https://mail.myserver.com:443/freebusy/myserver.com/f_last.. .


If I paste that URL into a browser I get a 404 error. Everything seems to work fine via the web client.

I have checked Tools -> Options-> Calendar Options -> Free/Busy Options and everything seems to be fine.

Ideas? Thanks.

- C. Thomas
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matino

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I had the same issue, and a problem was with https protocol, which requires importing certificate.
As outlook uses IE as default browser, you need to import certificate also to IE.
Also there can be problem when you are using server's ip address instead of hostname, so try to change it to hostname.
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steven

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keep in mind that if eg. you use a self signed certificate (and maybe with a real one also), you have to use the exact hostname as described in the certificate
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cthomas

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Thank you for reminding me of the simple things. I rebuilt this machine a few weeks ago and just assumed that I had installed my SSL cert. However it would appear that I had skipped that step. Outlook should tell you when your cert is not installed.

Oh well. Thank you all for the help.

- C. Thomas

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