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Outlook 2003 time 1 hour off

mmacdougall
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We have Exchange 2000 and most users are running Outlook 2000 or XP, but 2 are running 2003.  The users who are running 2003 seem to have a time issue.  If they are sent a meeting request, the time shown is an hour off.  So if I send them a message for a meeting at 1:00pm, when they get it, it says 12:00pm.  Windows time is correct on their pc's.

Please help.

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You should check on Exchange 2000 server, Outlook 2003 machine, and other Outlook 2000 or XP machine.

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Thanks I got it.  After hearing from the user I was informed only meeting requests were off, turns out all emails were off.  daylight savings time in outlook was turned off

thanks agian

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I have the same problem. I live in Detroit so i am on eastern time.. i have checked the PC's time zone and its correct.. if i recieve an email from someone right now, (ex. Its 4pm right now). it will say it was sent exactly an hour ago (3pm).... in Outlook>calander. The time is right.. The time & time zone on my PC clock is set correctly?

Any other ideas??

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I also just corrected the same problem today.  Even though the time was reading correctly in my Outlook, it was one hour later when my recipient received my email.

Under "tools", "Options", Calendar, I checked the daylight savings box, which pushed the system clock an incorrect hour ahead, then I double clicked the time in the system tray and pushed it back an hour.  Now all is working and I feel better knowing I wasn't the only one with this problem.
Same issue.  It was the Automatically adjust for daylight savings that was causing the problem
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