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Time difference between system clock and incoming emails

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A Windows XP machine with Outlook 2002 is having trouble with the time it says that emails were sent. Also I invited him to a 10:30 meeting, he accepted, but it scheduled it for 9:30! It's always an hour difference. Is there a time setting in the program?

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MikeMiller earned 250 total points
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Check the Daylight savings setting. It may be the same time but different a daylight savings adjustment.

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>> Is there a time setting in the program?

Here is were you need to check

Open outlook
go to tools --> options --> calendar options ---> time zone

Also in windows xp , check the time going to control panel --> regional and language settings
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