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Outlook Meeting not matching OWA and Mobile Devices

Posted on 2008-06-18
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I have a weird situation. I am running exchange on an SBS2003 server with exchange sp2.

When the user creates a meeting the date and time is reflected correctly immediatly in outlook. If the user checks the mobile device or OWA, the calendar view shows the date and time as when the meeting was created as opposed to the scheduled time. If the user opens the meeting in OWA it shows the correct date and time in the details, and saving it (from inside OWA) puts it into the correct place on the calendar view (for both OWA and the Mobile device).

Any Ideas would be appreciated.
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What version of Outlook are they using?

Also, what happens if the item is created in OWA and then viewed in Outlook?

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After working through it with the user, it appears not to be an inherent outlook exchange problem. The have an integrated app call trialworks launches an outlook create appointment window. It only happens when they create it through that program. I will be lookin at it more tomm.
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