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Outlook Calendar Problems

When a client posts an all day appointment everything is fine. If however, she invites someone else the appointment is moved forward an hour (12 am becomes 1 am) and stretches out to last two days. The client is using office 2010 with exchange 2003. It does not appear to matter who she invites to the appointment. I checked timezone settings and re-registered cdo.dll and cdoex.dll on the exchange server. Any thoughts?
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Lordy123Commented:
Does this repeatedly happen, or does it only happen for this particular meeting?
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univision-computersAuthor Commented:
It happens for every appointment
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Lordy123Commented:
If it only happens to one user I would recreate their outlook profile.
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univision-computersAuthor Commented:
I figured it out. The user did not have automatically adjust for daylight savings enabled in windows. Changed that and it fixed the problem.
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univision-computersAuthor Commented:
Awarding points for assistance
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