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Reply # 88748 30-Sep-2007 14:51
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rscole86: [As per vodafones website http://www.vodafone.co.nz/business/help/daylight-saving-changes.jsp

You will need to do the changes manually.


Not good enough. This takes care of the device's clock, not appointments. Unless a patch is provided things will be shifted now, in the last week and anything created in those weeks.




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  Reply # 88750 30-Sep-2007 15:01
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I agree it is not good enough, however if MackinNZ is not running a BES then he will have no choice in the matter.

 
 
 
 


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  Reply # 88753 30-Sep-2007 15:18
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My Blackberry does connect via BES but unfortunately I don't administer it.  I'll have to call the administrator tomorrow.

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  Reply # 88763 30-Sep-2007 16:59
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The XP patch worked fine, but the Windows Mobile 5 (DST2007FallUpdate.msi) one hasn't ... indeed, manually bringing forward the time on the PPC (to the same as my automatically time-forwarded desktop) and then syncing it results in the PPC time going back an hour again, so I'm back in pre-DST time again. Anybody else got this problem?

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  Reply # 88765 30-Sep-2007 17:27
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Yup, I specifically installed the WM5 patch on my Treo a couple of days ago and it didn't do a thing apparently.

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Reply # 88782 30-Sep-2007 20:36
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I am sure you guys read the instructions with all attention and followed these, including executing the step that says to open the Clock application and change the Timezone to something different, doing OK and then changing back to New Zealand?

Or not?




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  Reply # 88793 30-Sep-2007 21:30
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Aha! don't know how I missed that. (although one does wonder why it was necessary to list that step in another section rather then just have it as the next step). Thanks freitasm.

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