Appointment times in Outlook for new daylight saving time zone in Sydney, Australia


This morning I loaded the Microsoft patch for Australian daylight savings on my server and all workstations.
I have changed the time zone to the new time zone  (GMT+10:00) Canberra, Melbourne, Sydney Commonwealth games.
However my appointment times in Outlook are incorrect for next week only. I even changed todays date to represent next week, but unfortunately it did not change.

Can you help?

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Mark BradyPrincipal Data EngineerCommented:
Have you tried deleting the appointments and creating them again after a reboot ?  It may solve the problem perhaps.

unfortnately there is no fix for this as of yet. These times are 'hard coded' into the .PST files of outlook. I sould suggest getting hold of your local Microsoft Agent and ask them.

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