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#90646 26-Sep-2011 18:20
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I've got a machine here with DST issues. All calendar appointments in OWA are at the correct times, but on the local machine they're an hour ahead when the time is set correctly with the "Auto correct for DST" option enabled.

Annoyingly, Outlook tries to be "helpful" and moves appointments when the DST option is changed as it treats it as a change of timezone.

I can use the Microsoft Time Zone mode utility but it only moves appointments created by the user, anything that someone else has created remains as the wrong time.

Everything was fine until this weekend, the DST change has mucked it up and I can see why. Only this one person seems to be effected.

Any ideas?




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  #525935 26-Sep-2011 18:34
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does that one machine have all the latest Windows Updates?



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  #526075 27-Sep-2011 10:08
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Sure does. I even imaged a fresh Win7 machine and made sure it's current, same deal.




 
 
 
 


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  #526281 27-Sep-2011 16:02
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stevenz:
I can use the Microsoft Time Zone mode utility but it only moves appointments created by the user, anything that someone else has created remains as the wrong time.

Any ideas?


Try using the Exchange Calendar Update Tool http://support.microsoft.com/kb/930879 instead.

This will allow you to make changes too all calendar appointments.

Unfortunately the Microsoft Time Zone Util only works for appointments that the user has created. 

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  #526288 27-Sep-2011 16:11
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seems odd that it is only happening to one user/one machine

Does it happen to any user that logs onto that one machine?

  Windows 7 on the desktop?

Which version of Office/Outlook?

Exchange 2007 on the back end, which version of Windows Server?  which service pack etc for Windows Server/Exchange Server   

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