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Get double reminders within outlook

Posted on 2003-10-22
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My manager keeps getting a double reminder within outlook - yet I have checked every setting and cannot find why. We use Linux email server - his outlook is configured with as an imap client. The only other thing I could mention is that he does have a PDA but the problem has started to occur only recently and he has had the PDA for several months. Any ideas what I could check?
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What about different times zones being used? What about time is being set differently at server and at terminal PC? or at PDA ?


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