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Hotmail SHows Appointment Request in Central Time Zone

Posted on 2010-09-03
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When we send appointment requests to users with Hotmail accounts the body of the appointment is using Central Time Zone.  The time zone information is correct in the Hotmail Calendar settings (i.e. Mountain).  When the users accepts the appointment it is put on the calendar at the correct time.  
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You need to verify that your time is set up correctly in Windows Live Hotmail. Go to Register Information to check or revise the time. See instructions below
http://ask-leo.com/how_do_i_correct_my_windows_live_hotmail_time_zone.html
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