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Turkish DST Time Zone issue

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Hello Team,

We have exchange 2013 and outlook 2013 clients

issue is , after Turkey has decided not to go in Day light saving, means as per standard it need to be UTC + 3:00 istanbul, but in owa for all users it showing as UTC +2:00 istanbul, we have done several testing from owa and because of this Calendar meeting time is affecting, meeting having differences of 1 hours.

I hope you aware of this known issue, as per microsoft, they suggest to release a patch in December by latest. but could you suggest any workaround we can suggest to users

Exactly same issue, we have updated the patch on exchange server , but still in owa regional setting it is not showing as UTC + 3:00 istanbul

Thanks,
Andy
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by:John Hurst
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You should still be able to use TZEDIT from Microsoft to change the time zone to your needs.

https://support.microsoft.com/en-ca/kb/914387
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by:Andy Navi
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issue is only when making a meeting invite from owa, i dont see updated iformation for istanbul, it need to be shown as UTC +3:00 in owa timezone
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OWA is on a server and that is where you need to adjust the time. OWA is not responsible for time zones, but the servers are.
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by:Andy Navi
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on Servers, time zone is showing correct, But in OWA still it is UTC +2:00 for istanbul, we have also restarted the server too

But still no luck
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we are running with exchange 2013 CU12 and outlook 2013 at clients
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Did you check client computers to make sure the time zone is correct on the client computers. If clients are correct and server is correct, I do not know why OWA would be wrong.
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by:Andy Navi
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yes client and server is correct system time zone
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If you are doing everything correctly, then the incoming email and calendar invites must be off. Consider contacting the senders.
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installed turkish DST patch on exchange server and client and it resolved the issue after restart of server

Thanks,
Andy
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by:Andy Navi
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Restart of server after Turkey DST patch installed resolve the issue
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