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lotus notes calendar meeting off by 1 hour since the time change.

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Can't seem to find the re-sync otion to get all my notes calendar meetings to reflect the new time change...
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Re-sync?? Is the server's time updated, and does Domino know?
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yes the server is showing the correct time.  If i enter a new calendar entry, it reflects the correct time.  just the entries that were in the calendar prior to the time change are off by 1 hour.
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All calendar times should be in UTC internally, so time changes shouldn't matter and you should NEVER have to adjust anything. The server should be told when a DST is to be applied.  Likewise, the client. Is that done correctly?
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not sure about that.  That is handled by notes admin.  This calendar issue is on the user end.
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And do ALL users see that the meeting has the wrong time? What if you personally have a look?
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I haven't heard anyone else having issues so I'm going to assume it's just this 1 user.
I instructed him to logoff notes and reboor so that his PC clock is recycled.  Then I instructed him to launch the server version of his email client withcalendar versus running a local replica version.  If the server version shows the correct times, then I will delete his local and then create a noew local replica But thats all I can figure.
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Maybe the timezone settings on his PC are different? Either in Notes (Location document) or the PC itself.
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I would think that also, however if he enters new entries since the time change, those entries are correct.  It's just the ones from prior to the time change.
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These new entries may seem correct, but what will happen when the time changes again, in October ?? Check the TZ info in the Document Properties for the date fields.
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His timezone was way off.. pointing to lima peru.... changed back to our local zone and rebooted the pc, all is well..
Thank You !
That was an easy one !!
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Hah! I dare you to do the same, from a distance, blindfolded, no coffee and not enough sleep...  ;-))
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lol
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