ms outlook 2003 calendar

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Microsoft Outlook 2000
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Our research dept employees share an appointment calendar uisng an Exchange Server. They each use a different version of Outlook (2000, 2003, and 2007). One of the users has a scheduling display problem (user is using Outlook 2003)....everyone can see an appointment scheduled at 7:00am but for that one user the appointment is displayed at 6:00am. The cache mode is on, pc time is correct, time zone is correct, the lastest svc packs have been downloaded....etc...they are all using win xp pro. Any suggestion on how to fix the time/display issue? Thanks

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I saw this yesterday it has nothing to do with the versions – it is the check box in the time zone window for daylight savings time.

Modify it by:

Double clicking on the time in the users system tray.
Click Time Zone from the top tab
Check the box at the bottom that says: Automatically adjust time for daylight savings time.

Thats it! It should fix everything retroactively and going forward! Don’t you wish everything was this easy!!

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  • Sydog
    Thanks for the advise but it's not that easy....the "automkatically adjust time for daylight saving time" check box was has been checked since day one....I also have the correct time zone. Any others suggestions??? Thanks again.
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  • Bigbigsheep
    it should be a daylight saving time (DST) proble, caused and resolution :,printer).aspx?s=1 some tools : tzmove.exe hope it help
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  • Odeon
    My guess is that is has to do with the federal modification of when the DST change takes place. There is a patch now that will make the change for you, but it seems that it is not automatically downloaded and/or installed via the Automatic Updates service and can be found by going directly to the Windows Update or Microsoft Update sites. There is also a utility called TZEdit (the Windows Time Zone Editor) that will let you edit your time zone change dates. The new settings should be: Start Date/Time: Second Sunday of March at 2:00:00 AM End Date/Time: First Sunday of November at 2:00:00 AM
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