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Exchange 2007 - read confirmation timezone

Posted on 2014-03-19
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In my organisation, when I send a message with a read confirmation, I receive the confirmation with timezone (GMT-05:00) Est (É.-U. et Canada). When a person sends a message to our company from the external with confirmation of reading, he receives a confirmation with timezone UTC.

Do you have an idea why the timezone is different?

It is a particular configuration on a Exchange server?
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Question by:dgswin
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Simon Butler (Sembee) earned 500 total points
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All times in Exchange are UTC. The time zone is just a modification of the actual time (in UTC) for the current location. The behaviour or an external source is outside of your control, it is down to their server to make adjustments.

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