How do I change calendar work hours for everyone in the company. Exchange 2007 + Outlook 2007.

Default calendar work hours are 8 - 5.
I want to change this to 9 - 5 company wide.

DC: MS Server 2003.
Exchange: MS Server 2008 + Exchange 2007.
Workstations: XP + Outlook 2007.

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For change work hour for all users.....umm .... give me time now I look ...
Hi Relentim,

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RelentimAuthor Commented:
Hi tbsgadi.

That was the kick up the arse I needed.
Found the group policy.

1. Create a new group policy.
2. Install the Outlook 2007 administrative template.
3. The setting is located: User Configuration > Administrative Templates > Microsoft Office Outlook 2007 > Tools | Options > Preferences > Calendar Options > Working hours.
Glad to help!
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