We have an Exchange 2007 server working fine in a simple AD forest. Users are sharing calendars, and resources show their availability when they schedule meetings. This behavior works with Outlook 2007 & 2003 clients, and with the Outlook Web Access. Everything works as intended for people that are either on our domain or off of out domain.
The problem we are encountering is that we have some employees that use computer at a customer's site. They log into these computer on the customers domain with customer domain credentials. Outlook is setup to use Outlook Anywhere which works except for that they cannot view free/busy time when they try to schedule meetings and it shows â€œno information.â€
When they are logged into outlook using Outlook Anywhere and we do a test of the availability service, the availability service URL shows as the availability service URL for the customer's company. This makes sense since they are logged into their domain. They can also log into OWA and when they do, they can see free/busy time without any problems. Is there a way to override the availability service URL however? We need to make it so that even though they are logged into their domain on their computer, they can still use our availability service URL.