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DST Issue - Exchange 2003 on Windows 2000 Server

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I have Exchange 2003 loaded on a Windows 2000 server (workgroup environment).   Prior to the DST change, my tech advised we run "tzmove.exe" on all servers and workstations.  I did that and everything seemed to be ok.  The times changed correctly on all servers and workstations.  Here is my question:  I have an employee that has used Outlook to setup two appointments with two different outside people.  When he received the accepted e-mail from them the time shown for the appointment is off by one hour.  If we test scheduling an appointment "in-house" it seems to be ok.  Please advise how I can check if this is something I need to check on my Exchange Server.  Thank you.
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Ron M earned 250 total points
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There is a seperate patch for exchange server.
http://www.microsoft.com/downloads/details.aspx?FamilyId=562B5F79-20AC-43E4-B80F-3FAF9BAC0C89&displaylang=en

Also, you need to run tzmove.exe against your public folders.
http://www2.slac.stanford.edu/comp/messaging/Reference/dst-public-folder.html
the exchange server patch must happen last.
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Thanks for the assistance.
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