Outlook calenders are an hour off of actual scheduled time.

I have a server running Windows 2003 SBS.  Attached are 6 workstations all running XP Pro.  Outlook shared calenders are being used for scheduling.  The old computers have the correct time, in which the appointment has been set.  The computer I added last week shows the appointment pushed back by 1 hour.  All the computers are on Eastern Standard Time, with daylight savings checked.  
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rvidal393Commented:
You can select a different time zone in the calendar options.

Make sure its Eastern Standard Time here too...

Tools>>Options>>Preferances Tab
Calendar Options
Time Zones

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