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Effects of change of date format on an Exchange 2003 server

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If the regional date format was changed on a Exchange 2003 server to d/m/y from m/d/y what effects would that have on the operation of Exchange besides display issues in message tracking?
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it will have no effect on the server at all, just the tracking would miss some times (or double up some data depending on which way you go)
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Exchange does most things in UTC (aka GMT) so it will not cause a problem.

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