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OWA Calender 1hour early then Outlook time

Posted on 2009-04-14
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If i connect via outlook client my events in my calender show up properly, however using the same account if i connect via OWA they are 1 hour off. Using the same PC and Exchange 2007... Time zone is correct...
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okay.

I am still thinking about the time zone issue.

1. if your outlook client is show up correctly, the exchange should be in the correct UTC .

so if you go to OWA, options/regional settings, check whether it is on the right track or not.

And out of interest, what time zone do you observed? do you have day light savings?

usually DST always give issues to exchange but usually fixable by install the updates .



I usually refer to this page for DST issues
Exchange rollup 7 give you the latest daylight saving patch as well.

http://support.microsoft.com/gp/cp_dst
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I have changed default (GMT+02:00) Windhoek to (GMT+02:00) Harare, Pretoria... All seems fine...
Daylight Savings does not apply... :)

Thanks for that one...



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thats is a particular time zone issue ..

although both of them are GMT +2, one observe daylight saving where another one dont.
So theoritically, it is a time-zone issue ...  :)


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