Use your alias (part in front of the @ of your email address) as the file name.

3 shows Free/Busy is not available for this person. In Outlook 2010 and Outlook 2013, access the Free/Busy publishing options from File, Options, Calendar, Free/Busy Options... (Exchange Server users will need to click Other Free/Busy...

button.) In Outlook 2007 and older, you can access the Free/Busy publishing options via Tools, Options, Preferences Tab, Calendar Options, Free/Busy Options The dialog box contains a field for the number of months of free/busy information is to be published.

The "Publish at my location:" box needs to be checked to enable free/busy publishing for non-Exchange accounts.

The Publish at my location file path is the location Outlook uses to publish your free/busy information.

If you want to share with people outside of your network, you need to publish it on an Internet server (using either HTTP or FTP).

Anonymous users will need Read permissions, you'll need Write permissions on the Internet server.

This is a global setting and applies to all contacts unless the contact contains a different Free/Busy URL.

In order to be able to publish your free/busy information, you need a default search location in the Search location.

In Outlook 2013 or Outlook 2010: Tip: Enter your Free/Busy address on your own Contact and people you give the contact to will be able to see your Free/Busy.

Free/busy publishing using FTP and Firewalls When you can only publish a 0 KB *using FTP, the firewall is blocking it and you need to set an exception in the Firewall for Outlook.

You may also need to close and reopen Outlook for the free/busy URL to work.