Outlook Calendar appointment days not correct.

We have exchange 2010 sp1.  Has anybody ran into this issue.  I have a person he sent a calendar appointment to let his boss know he will be on vacation.  The dates he assigned was Friday to Sunday.  His manager received the calendar message to put in the calendar of his time being on vacation.  The issue we saw it indicated Thursday till Tuesday on the managers calendar.  It went back a day and forward 2 days.
hbpubAsked:
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piattndCommented:
Did you look on the original sender's calendar to confirm the dates the appointment shows and the dates on the receiving end for that same appointment?  Did the sender of the appointment accidentally send out the wrong days at first, then correct it but neglect to update the date range?

What you're explaining just simply isn't possible.  There's no anomaly inside of exchange that would cause an invite for a 4 day time span adjust itself on the receiving end to a 6 day span.  One of your users, either receiver or sender, modified the appointment and didn't update the other half.
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hbpubAuthor Commented:
I checked the calendar of the sender and it is correct.  I am having a person  check the date and time in these users computers.  I did notice on the receiver the accepted calender item which is now in in the deleted items has a change of the time but not date.
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piattndCommented:
The time would make more sense.  I've seen issues where there's a time drift on the invite because one of the machines (or the exchange server) was off by an hour or 2.
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hbpubAuthor Commented:
Looks like the sender had changed the original appointment a few times and I believe the receiver accepted one of them and caused the confusion since the receiver also has a smartphone accessing exchange.
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piattndCommented:
Glad you got it figured out.  Good luck and thanks for the grade!
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