Exchange/Outlook messages 1 hour ahead - Local time is correct

Posted on 2007-10-08
Last Modified: 2012-05-05
I'm running Windows 2000 Server w/ SP2 and Exchange Server 2000 and I have 3 workstations in the office that all login to the domain using WinXP w/SP2. I took off day light savings time on the server and adjusted the time manually to the correct local time. The server says 1:00 pm but when I sent out a mail either from the server or the 3 workstations using Outlook w/ SP3 the mail messages is 1 hour off (2:00 pm). All 3 workstations also have day light savings time turned off on their workstation so it synchronize correctly with the server. However, any e-mails that come to the workstation or on the server shows correctly. The problem only happens when they send outgoing e-mails in which their message are 1 hour ahead. I'm not sure exactly how the time is showing 2:00 pm as the server time and workstations are showing 1:00 pm.
Question by:lineonecorp
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    Hi lineonecorp
    If you send email between users inside Your Exchange  - it received correctly?
    You have any ISP smart host\SMTP relay that You forward all your outgoing email traffic? If yes - check it also, possibly some daylight settings configured at Your internet gateway that checks Your email messages on their way out.

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