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SBS 2008 Exchange 2007 Time Zone Issue

Posted on 2010-09-22
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Hi -
One of our SBS 2008 Servers was set up with the wrong time zone.  The clock on the server has been corrected but all of the outbound mail is still on the wrong time zone.  I am assuming that this is a setting in Exchange -- how do you correct it.

Thanks in Advance.
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by:Dave_AND
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Have you just set the time, or the time zone correctly? If you only set the time, the offset will change the time.. Make sure you have set the Time Zone correctly.
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how about the clients ? I mean does the workstations have correct time ?
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Try this to set the time properly on the server http://www.windowsnetworking.com/articles_tutorials/Configuring-Windows-Time-Service.html

and run NET TIME \\SERVER /SET /YES
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by:biglabs
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Hi Folks -

After a reboot or two of the server, Exchange appears to have the correct date / time stamp on email messages.  The net time command confirmed thsi as well.  thanks For everyone's help.
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