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Some Events Entered By Delegate of an Exchange Acct Ahead By One Hour DLST

Posted on 2011-03-14
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We have a dept admin that manages bosses calendar, as well as adding appointments to various company Public calendars. Events entered for a date and time the happens after Daylight Savings TIme (Mar13th) recurring or not, are an hour ahead. Her machine is XP SP3, all updates, Time Zones correct on machine, in Outlook prefs. We are using Exchange 2003 with all updates as of Feb 2011. Bosses machine also XP SP3  checked Time Zone settings. Seems to be only be things created from this machine, as others that create events for the same boss, all ok. Ran Outlook TImeMove.exe in hopes it would fix offending events without any luck.

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You said you checked the timezone. Did you check that the date itself was correct. I have seen an issue where the date was set to some random weird date for no apparent reason within windows. It caused all sorts of issues with my calendar until I realized how the date itself was wrong and not the timezone.
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