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HTC Diamond Touch/Active sync time out by 1 hour

Posted on 2008-10-13
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Hi there,
At our company we're running Exchange server 2007.
Only two people here sync with mobile devices. Both have new HTC Diamond touches.
They were configured fine working fine, until daylight saving here in Australia.

Exchange server 2007 (is set at the correct time)
HTCs (are set at the correct time)
PCs in the office (are set at the correct time)

All match. All are GMT +10:00 Melbourne, Sydney, Canberra Time

So why is it that now when I enter a calendar item at say 4pm on the PC, it says that entry is at 3pm  on the phone?
 Also if I enter a  meeting on the phone at 4 pm, it will come up on the PC at 5 pm?

Do I need to update the software on the phone?

Thanks for your time.
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Solution.

After contacting HTC direct, I was told Mobile 6  needed an upgraded cab file from Microsoft.

Link

http://support.microsoft.com/kb/950885

You simply install the cab file and reset all the regional settings and reboot.



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