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Exchange 2010 calendar time not in synch

Posted on 2011-09-21
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Hi,
I'm in a process of migration from 2003 to 2010
I have replicated public folder and free busy to 2010 public folder OK
We have users having issues with time not in synch when making bookings

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Guys we're having problems with meeting times going out of whack in outlook. On Monday, Scott turned up an hour early for a meeting with David Nathan, and this morning we've had people thinking that a 10.30 meeting starts at 9.30. It appears that the person that receives the invitation has it an hour earlier in their calendar than the person that sent it.
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I am assuming nothing has changed on the clients end.
With that I will comment accordingly.  
Is your new Exchange server time zone correct?
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