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Microsoft Outlook Calendar times off, only from one sender

Posted on 2011-09-20
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I'm working on a problem with one of our people. She recieves meeting requests from several people, when one in particular sends a request it is always off by one hour when she opens her calendar after accepting. They are in the same time zone. The sender sends the request to several people, but all of them recieve it correctly except for her. I've checked the DST and TZ on both her desktop and in Outlook, and they match. I applied fix 2158563 yesterday, but I don't know if that will fix it since that is geared toward DST problems. I am checking with her to see if the fix has corrected the problem, but I don't know yet.
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It seems that the 2158563 fix has worked.
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