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Outlook 2003 timestamp error for sent emails

Posted on 2004-10-14
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I have Exchange 2003 deployed in a 2003 Domain.  All workstations are using Outlook 2003.  When a new email is sent by a user in Outlook 2003, a copy is placed in the 'sent' folder.  The problem is that the sent email is time stamped exactly one hour earlier than the time it was actually sent (e.g. if sent at 3:00pm the copy in the 'sent folder' is stamped as 2:00pm).  This is happening on all workstations, regardless of the user.  How can this be corrected?  
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by:sunray_2003
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Hi jcbonilla,

checked this location inside outlook ?
open outlook
go to tools --> options --> calendar options --> time zone

SR..
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by:jcbonilla
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Checked that already....time zone is correct and the correct time appears.
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by:sunray_2003
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Have you also checked the time zone in the computer ?
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traval earned 250 total points
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While checking the system time zone and the Outlook time zone, also make sure that both of those two locations agree on daylight savings time settings.
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