OUTLOOK 2003 showing accepted date/time on the calendar and not the meeting date.

Posted on 2009-12-22
Last Modified: 2012-05-08
I have a outlook 2003 office install.  When the user accepts a meeting, the meeting will show up on the calendar at the date/time accepted and not the meeting time.

If you open the meeting invite, the date/date show the actual meeting time.

Never heard of such a setting so not sure quite where to look.
Question by:yostnet
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    Accepted Solution

    The calendar may be set to show modified time instead of the start time. Go to customize current view under the view menu and reset it.

    Author Comment

    is that when the calendar iis open / I do not see what/where to change that.

    Author Closing Comment

    got it / thanks

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