Timezones - calendar postings

Posted on 2004-04-13
Last Modified: 2010-03-05
Here is an interesting problem for you.
Using exchange 2003.
We have remote users in the US, server is in the UK. Has anybody ever had to get round the timezone problem? When posting a callendar event, it is always in the servers timezone. The remote users are getting very confused. Do you know of anyway to set each users timezone manually? Preferably without and 3rd party software.

Question by:prebs666
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In Outlook  -  Toos>Options>Preferences>Calendar Options>Time Zones.


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Thanks onehump,
Glad someone still knows the basics.
Worth an A for my sheer stupidity in not knowing the answer!

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Ha!  There's no stupidity there.  Sometimes it's just easier to ask.  I asked a guy at work today how to make a Public Folder visible.  I knew where the setting is, but I couldnt see it for some strange reason.  I felt pretty dumb when I figured it out.  :)


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