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Meetings in Outlook showing wrong date and time

Posted on 2009-07-10
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I have a user who's Outlook is showing the wrong date and time when they receive or accept a meeting invite. The date/time shown on the user's end is always that day's date and the time is always displayed as the "next available time" (i.e. 1:30pm if the current time is 1:05pm).

The problem doesn't exist in Outlook web access. The time zone and DST settings seem to be correct. Anyone know what else I can check (or even re-check)?
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You may want to repair Outlook.  Under Add/Remove Programs, select Microsoft Office, and select repair.

Good Luck,
Nick
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Tried this today - problem still exists.  Thanks!
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Rebooting the server resolved the problem.
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