Exchange 2003 server---Email timestamps not updated for Daylight savings time

Posted on 2005-04-06
Last Modified: 2010-04-13
The mail server clock and all other DC's clocks (all servers for that matter) DID adjust for DST, but the email timestamps are still one hour behind.

Any thoughts?
Question by:TTinCO

    Author Comment

    Found it myself--very bizarre.

    It was the workstation clock-which WAS set to the correct time, but did NOT have the "automatically adjust for DST" box checked under properties.

    Very strange, but fixed
    LVL 25

    Accepted Solution

    that explains it then,,, even though the workstation had the right time it was out of synch with the server since one was on daylight savings and one was not.  It was automatically adjusting, thus giving you different times.

    Author Comment

    NOTE:  If you run into this, I'd suggest changing the workstation clock back 1 hr, and then checking the automatically adjust box.  I'm not sure that will avoid what I ran into, but when I fixed it, it moved everything on the calander one hour ahead....quite a mess.


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