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We have exchange running with Outlook.  There is a strange phenomena happening with some of the users calanders. Example:  Sec A adds and item to Boss A's calendar scheduled from 9am to 1pm.  When Boss A opens his calander the item appears at 2pm to 6pm?? What is going on?  This is only happening with 3 or 4 users, everyone else is fine.
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Make sure that your time zones, etc are correct on all stations.
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I figured it out in the meantime.  It was the time zones
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The problem could be that the boss have a task in that time,
the delegate couldn't see because this task shuld be PRIVATE.
So when create a new one create in the period of time thata the boss is free.

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