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Exchange Server - External Time stamp

Posted on 2007-03-22
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Since the time change a few weeks back My external email is off by one hour.

On the exchange server the time and time zone is correct and checked for DST.

All of our internal mails have the correct time stamp. Only our external mail is off by one hour????????
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I am assuming all of your external mail is off to everyone you send too, not just one company?
I am also assuming that you have applied the DST patch for exchange server in addition to the patch for windows server 2003 or edited the timezone data for 2000?
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Is there a patch for Exchange 2000....?

If so I have not installed it. Could you provide a link? I am unable to find one.
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This link gives you some information on the affected microsoft systems, and also tells you that exchange 2000 is no longer supported.
http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/bb267339.aspx

Because its not supported anymore, there isn't a patch by default, you have to manually edit the timezone tables.  Here is the article on how to do that.
http://support.microsoft.com/kb/914387/en-us

Here is the update procedure for Exchange Calendar;
http://support.microsoft.com/kb/930879/en-us

Here is the update procedure for Outlook Calendar;
http://support.microsoft.com/kb/931667/en-us
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The Microsoft KB on the Widnows 2000 timezone fix is pretty straight forward.  Essentially you will create a reg file and copy their VB script.  Run them and your done.  You can even deploy this via GPO if you have multiple 2000 machines that you want to patch besides just your Exchange server.
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Matthew,

Is this the link you are speaking of...

Because its not supported anymore, there isn't a patch by default, you have to manually edit the timezone tables.  Here is the article on how to do that.
http://support.microsoft.com/kb/914387/en-us
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Yes.
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