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Time Zone wrong on messages sent from OWA.

Posted on 2007-11-29
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Hi,

Here in Brazil, ever year we use daylight time. My problem is when I`ll send emails  from OWA(Ex7k). The message time in the inboz is ok, when the other people received the message the time is ok, too..BUT when we see the message in the sent itens, the time is wrong. +1 hour.

The exchange server show me the rigth time throught TIME command, and throught control panel, date and time, is right too.

Ideas?
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Shanmuga Sundaram earned 180 total points
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It should be due to DST Setting (DayLight Saving Time)
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Thanks
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by:lcilanadmin
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I am currently facing this issue - did you get it resolved?
If so, would you mind sharing the fix?

thank you
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