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Outlook 2003 - Public Folders - Calenders - Difference in time enter - 500pnts

Posted on 2006-10-26
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Hi,

We use Outlook 2003 - Public folder Calender...

I have one user that display the entries 1 hour behind what they should be...

For example

If I enter an appointment for 21:00 into the calender stored on public folder it appears fine on all computers apart from one which will display at 20:00

500 pnts...to help me fix it...
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Click Tools->Options->Calendar Options->Time Zone and verify that the time zone and daylight savings times options are set correctly for this workstation.
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Yep - they are set correctly.
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ise438,

Are the Windows time settings and time zone correct too?  Is this computer perchance in a different time zone than you are in?
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by:ise438
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Yep the time zone reginal setting etc are all correct...

Yep it in the same office as Me :-)

Ian
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by:David Lee
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Sorry, I can't explain it then.  This question comes up fairly often, but it's always a problem with the time of timezone, either in Outlook or Windows.
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Ok anybody else....
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