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Exchange 2003 sends and receives mail with the correct time stamps.
When a user sends a meeting request, his own schedule is updated with the correct time yet all other receipients recive the meeting request one hour out of sync...(reqeuest is received immediatly but their calander is populated one hour behind the proper meeting time)

Doesn't matter who sets up a meeting request all other calanders other than the orignal meeting organizer is one hour behind !
Cant figure this one out at all :(
Its making a mess of internal meetings...fists are a flyin.......I told you to be there at 2pm....no you didn't ..as*hole......you said 1pm...look at my calander !!....get the drift ?

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Have you checked the user's pc have the correct times set?

Might be that simple - check the time zones and day light saving options too!
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What about the server?  Check the time zone and time on the server.  It sure does seem like a daylight savings time issue, doesnt it?  :)

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Times are maintained from the DC...all machines and mail server have the correct time
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by:What90
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This may sound odd, but on one of the client machine open up their Outlook. Go to options - Calendar option - timezones and check it the right time zone and the day light saving option is ticked.
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That was it...dam time zone out on a bunch of laptops only...time was right but the time zone was off
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I'd blame the users and GPO lock down their Outlook options ;-)
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