Outlook 2007:Is a "time zone" a search criteria in Outlook 2007 and if so, how do you search for appointments in a particular time zone?

Posted on 2011-04-27
Last Modified: 2013-02-13
A user accepted appointments when his outlook was set to Central America time zone.  He should have been on Central US time zone.  After he changed the time zone on his Outlook, the appointments he accepted while on Central America time zone did not change to Central US.  Is there any way to search the calendar for appointments in Central America time zone?  I can't find anything, but thought one of you experts could.  Thank you.
Question by:nrybak
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    If you change your System Time Zone Outlook Should do it automatically
    As in this case it did not, i would assume that this PC may be lacking some DST Updates

    To make sure it does first check SP2 is installed

    Then Check the latest DST is INstalled

    And if appointments still not matched up\
    You could use TZmove to move them over

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