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time not right in outlook 2000

Discussion in 'Business Applications' started by hhendrix, Sep 26, 2003.

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  1. hhendrix

    hhendrix Thread Starter

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    My time that emails are received is not correct. I have the time on the clock correct and have checked the bios clock, but outlook is still not correct. Is there anywhere else to go to and change the time? Thanks!
     
  2. stod73

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    Where do you get your email from? I'm not sure but I think the time received is the time on the server.
     
  3. djdpimp420

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    In outlook 2000 go to tools then options then calendar options then time zones in the bottom right. Keep in mind that the outlook clock and the system clock have a lot of trouble functioning with each other for some reason so you may have to play around with both for a little while till it works.
     
  4. djdpimp420

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    I had a very similiar problem with outlook 2002 and I had to update both windows and office to all the service packs before it was resolved- time updating windows 4hrs, time updating office 3hrs, fixing the fact that my $1500 cpu can't handle daylight savings time -priceless
     
  5. hhendrix

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    I receive my email from an exchange server. I have checked with everyone else in my group and their time is correct.
    djdpimp420, I also messed with the calendar clock (which was set to the correct time to begin with) and it is still not working. I will keep messing with it though. Thanks :)
     
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