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Topic # 3677 17-Mar-2005 10:57
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Since Monday, my smartphone two has been syncing my appointments with a 1 hour error. For example, if I eneter an appointment in Outlook for 1pm, when it syncs with the phone, the appointment will be for 2pm. I have spoken with some friends who have SP3's and they say that they have the same problem. The common features seem to be sync with MS Exhange server and MS-Mobile. Any ideas?
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Reply # 13646 17-Mar-2005 11:05
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It's happening with my Windows Mobile devices too.

First check that your Smartphone and your computer (or Exchange Server) are in the same timezone (locale = NZ).

I suspect the database information with DST is off by one week. Don't do anything, and the appointment times will be correct when your desktop changes DST this weekend.




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Reply # 13647 17-Mar-2005 12:09
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Just got an idea from a friend - set your Timezone to Tonga (GMT+13) on your Windows Mobile device until the end of the week. Then remember to change it back!




 
 
 
 


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Reply # 13650 17-Mar-2005 18:43
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mine has been fine. i have my time zone set to GMT+12 NZ and my pc at GMT+12 with automatically adjust clock for daylight saving changes.

and they both are in synch.




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Reply # 13659 17-Mar-2005 22:42
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The time and dates are not a problem. Only the appointments are moved one hour ahead. This is happening because the DST records on the Windows Mobile side is one week ahead. I know some companies currently having problems with this.






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Reply # 13721 21-Mar-2005 10:59
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Well, daylight saving has rolled around and as everyone suspected, the problem has gone away. - Jeff

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Reply # 13722 21-Mar-2005 11:08
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Good to know... I've seen a report of the same problem - but the other way around, in Germany, where they DST will start 28 March. Appointments are now one hour ahead. Same problem really.

As I said, this was reported to Microsoft, let's see if what happens next...




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