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Appointments in Outlook 2007 appear as 1 hour later in the recipients calendar

Posted on 2009-03-31
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Hi Experts!

We have a scheduling issue.

When an appointment is made and a recipient is added, the appointment is sent to the recipient, but appears one hour later in the recipient's calendar.

Both computers have the same:
DST patch installed (Dec 2008 - MS KB955839)
Time Zone
Time
Regional and Language Settings

We are using Exchange 2003 SP2 and Outlook 2007. When sending from OWA, this issue does not occur, so we are assuming it is a client PC related issue.


How do I fix this?
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Click on Tools / Options / Calendar Options / Time Zone and make sure everything in there is correct. What OS are you using? Was it updated for the change in DST last year?
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by:lukerussell
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Thanks for the response, i have already checked this and also know that the time zone in windows equals the time zone in Outlook.
The OS is Windows XP SP3
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I couldn't get it fixed, But as daylight saving switched over 2days ago it resolved itself.

Thanks for your input
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