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Exchange 2010 Time Zone

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Tried looking around everywhere for an answer to this, but all i can find is outlook patches that don't seem to work...

Ok, so this is assuming that DC is 7:00am, client is 7:00am, and the time, is 7:00am.  I send an email at 7:00am.  When i look at the e-mail as a recipient, Outlook will say it was sent at 9:00am, but received at 8:00am.  If i look in my sent items as the sender, it says it was sent at 8:00am.  

If i look on a mobile device, it will say it was sent at 8:00am, and received at 7:00am.

Also, if i tag an email to notify me upon a read receipt, the server will send me an email saying "This message has been read at xx.xx UTC"  I really dont want UTC as i don't want to have to convert this and have my office staff having to convert this every time they get a receipt.

Any direction here would be fantastic, thanks..

Ben
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Are your time zones on your client PC and Exchange server both correct?
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Yep,  all GMT +8 Perth time
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This just started after a time change ?  Does Perth have daylight saving time?  There was another user on here  just recently that I suggested a server reboot and it picked up the correct time.   Your  Outlook clients are all in the same timezone?
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Well it's never been right.  The server has only been is existence for just over a week.  Rebooting does not seem to do anything.  All clients, servers, etc are all set
to the same time and timezone.  

We do not have daylight savings but it has recently just started in other states though.

I read somewhere that exchange does not work off OS time ?? That's why I'm asking here.

Cheers
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SP1 actually fixed this problem.  
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Inadvertently realized this
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