Outlook time issue

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I have client who is having a strange time issue in Outlook 2003. Emails in the preview pane show the time an hour ahead of when they actually came (arrived at 1, preview shows 2). When they fully open them the time is correct. The time and time zone are both correctly set on the machines. Any ideas out there? thanks, Sal

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Eh Although i do not run anything microsoft related i know that Outlook has timezone settings if you haven’t patched the system for DST it would probably be a good idea to try that. Also if the user sync’s a PDA with outlook and the PDA has not been patched it can cause funky time sync issues.

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  • Pet geek
    There are a number of different places the timing errors can be coming in - PDAs, PCs, Servers, Exchange and Outlook all have timezone information. Any of them being out of sync can cause some odd results. MS has a round up of the different resources at http://support.microsoft.com/gp/cp_dst -N
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  • Wrobinson
    Make sure that Outlook is up to date at http://office.microsoft.com/en-us/downloads/default.aspx.
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