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How do I adjust the time for Exchange 2000?

Posted on 2006-07-19
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The calendar/meeting items created on our Exchange 2000 server are showing the wrong time. It's off by four hours ahead despite the clock on the system tray is correct. How would I fix this problem? Thanks.
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Jamie McKillop earned 175 total points
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Check the Time Zone setting on the Exchange server. If it is correct, it is probably the workstations that are running Outlook which have the wroong time/time zone settings.

JJ
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by:xsinner
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Hello JJ,

I already checked the time zone settings on both Exchange server and the workstations. The settings are correct. This is baffling.
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Don't forget that there are time zone settings in Outlook itself.

Simon.
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