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Calendar Conversion from Outlook to Notes did not work properly

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I converted an Outlook calendar to Notes but when I open it some times are off. For example, if I have a meeting for several days, it puts the first day correct, but it adds an extra day at the end. If I have a reoccurring event, it is always 1 hour behind. If I have an appointment for a certain time in a day only, that is correct.
Does it make any sense? Does anyone know what can be wrong?
Thanks!
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by:Sjef Bosman
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What conversion tool did you use to import the appointments?

Also, please, tell us your server release/client release, etc...
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ALso, there could be issues with Time zones and Daylight Savings time.

I hope this helps !
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by:Bob Macpherson
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I used Transend. Notes is 7.0.3 and Outlook 2003. I am guessing it has to do with DST but don't know how to o around it. What's funny is that appointments in January and February are fine, but starting in March they are all off.
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That's clearly a DST problem that's handled differently in each client. Would it be possible to use a different transport vehicle, like a textfile, csv, or Excel, so you can adapt the dates more easily?
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It is going to be messy. since all the DST's need to be properly updated and able to work nicely together.

I would contact transend about this.

I hope this helps !
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I tried but nothing worked, I had to changed all the wrong entries manually, it took me about an hour
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