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Outlook 2003 mismatched calendar times

Discussion in 'Business Applications' started by sdlabrat, Apr 26, 2005.

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  1. sdlabrat

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    I'm running a Win 2003 Server office network and I ran into this strange problem with Outlook 03. A person is sharing a calendar full of scheduled events, but one computer sees everything set an hour earlier! Anyone else run into this? The system time is the same on both computers (shouldn't matter though), Does Outlook 03 have it's own time setting? I don't think it does.

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  2. Bob Cerelli

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    You might check to see that the time zone and daylight savings are set correctly.
     
  3. ellennot

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    I have the same experience. Am using Exchange 2003 with Outlook XP and 2003 on client side. I also use a time server to keep all workstations consistent. All have the same time, same time zone, same Outlook calendar settings, but appointments are inconsistently 1 hour off for some users of shared calendars. Microsoft doesn't have any information about this but I have to assume it is an Outlook bug. The problem began right after Daylight savings went into effect.
     
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