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#119193 23-May-2013 20:30
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I've just started using Outlook.com.  When I enter a birthday date directly into Outlook.com it shows up the next day.  If you look at the details the correct date is shown.  Time zone settings are correct.  Any ideas.




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mattwnz
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  #824403 23-May-2013 20:39
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Contact their technical support? Sounds like a bug.

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  #824405 23-May-2013 20:43
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is this on there website or in the windows 8 calender?

 
 
 
 


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  #824417 23-May-2013 20:57
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I've noticed this too, all the birthdays on my outlook calender appear a day out on my synched android calendar.

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  #824423 23-May-2013 21:07
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It's the web based calendar.  

I'm starting to wonder if it's a caching issue.  Even though I had English UK selected the language at the bottom of the screen was English US and no matter what I did it wouldn't change then all of a sudden it did.  About this time the birthday went back to being shown on the correct day.




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