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Wrong time stamp on Outlook 2007 email message headers - one hour ahead

Posted on 2009-05-03
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Hello

After DST time change . the time stamps on the e-mails are incorrect it shows the sent time is one hour ahead from the correct time . expect the external e-mails which arrived with correct time stamp !!.    
the time on the server is correct . also on most of the computers.  
we checked the server time (exchange 2007 SP1 ) the DC (PDC role) time on all servers are correct.


please any suggestion will be appreciated
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by:Pete_Zed
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Verify the time zone in your Outlook client, on the Tools menu, click Options. Click Calendar Options, and then click Time Zone.
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A better way might be to use the "w32tm /tz" command.  This will tell you which timezone the client is in and whether Daylight Savings Time or Standard Time is in effect.  It's likely that the client doesn't have DST adjustment set correctly which would account for the one hour difference.
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by:hamada669
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Thanks mates

The problem has been solved . the Exchange and AD servers had been already patched . and all the current DST adjustments were correct . we restarted the servers today and problem disappeared !!

Thanks again  
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