Outlook 2010: meetings not lining up with correct time slot on Calendar

Posted on 2012-09-20
Last Modified: 2012-10-05

Our executive administrator has a knack for stumbling into every glitch and quirk with Outlook! This time she is running into an issue where an event scheduled from 9:40 to 9:55 is displaying on calendars as overlapping past 10:00. The meeting times are entered correctly in the meeting details, it's just the calendar's visual time slot that is displaying incorrectly.

Her mail client is Outlook 2010 64-bit and her mailbox is on an Exchange 2010 server. I checked in OWA and the meeting displays in correctly there as well. I also checked the recipients OWA account it displays incorrectly for him as well. So it is definitely not a client view settings issue.

Any ideas?
Question by:Obi-wan_Kenobi
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    Change the interval by which Outlook displays the time slots.

    In Outlook > View tab > Time to scale > try changing it to 15 minutes to see how that works.

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