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How to change time zone for a single Exchange 2003 user?

Posted on 2010-09-09
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We have a client where one individual has temporarily moved to the west coast. We need her Outlook items to reflect that time zone, but only for her. Can this be done in Exchange 2003? How about an GPO just for her user?

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just change her time zone using regional settings on windows, to reflect that in OWA go to options and go to timezone and set the correct time zone
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What about meeting requests in the calendar from east coast Exchange users? I suppose her Outlook client and/or OWA session will reflect the timezone she is in.....
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Yes, Exchange/Outlook will automatically and transparently convert the times for her, as long as her Windows is set up on the correct Time Zone.
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yes
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# On the Tools menu, click Options.
# Click Calendar Options.
# Click Time Zone.
# Under Current time zone, type a description in the Label box.
# In the Time zone list, click the time zone you want.
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