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Outlook Recurring Meetings off by one hour
Users complaing their Outlook Recurring Meetings is set off by one hour. Calander looks ok on Blackberry phone.
Microsoft Legacy OS
8/22/2022 - Mon
Check the time settings on the clients. Sounds like a timezome or summer tomes settings fault to me.
Client time zone is ok.
Are you using Outlook 2003? We've seen some issue with the new DST change this spring that dates put in after this coming weekend are off by one hour, but only for people using Office 2003; users with Office 2007 or 2010 don't show these issues. I assumed there was some patch for Office that would fix this, but I've installed all the Office patches for 2003 that I could find and the problem persists. I've not had any time to pursue it further and hope that when the old DST date is reached it fixes itself at least until the Fall giving me time to figure out exactly what the problem is.
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And the Timezone esttings of the Cient computer that created the appointment?
How does it look in OWA?
Time is diffrent in OWA but Blackberry is looking ok.
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