Why is the wrong time appearing on emails received on 1 computer in network.

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I have 10 networked computers and one of them has the following issue: the time on the computer is correct, the time on the emails I issue as I issue them is correct, but on the receiving end of the email, the time is one hour earlier than the actual time issued/sent and is also 1 hr earlier when inviting attendees to meetings; using outlook 2007 this issue just became apparent about 30 days ago. Any ideas of what could be causing this?
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I know you said that the time on the computer is correct, but have you checked that the Time Zone is correct?

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  • Brooksie18
    Yes I have and it is correct. It is only 1 of the computers that is the confusing part for me
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  • CGarcia26C
    Is the time on the computer set to automatically synchronize with an Internet server, try to check this option and hit the Update Now option see if that works. Hope that helps CG._
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  • ITsHere
    We had this problem in our office, but what was actually happening was that many computers got the "Daylight savings update" and a few did not. One that did not was our citrix server. The former IT at the time of the change had forgotten to update Citrix until after the 'new' DST took effect. We loaded the patch on after thinking it would not cause a problem. However, when anyone logged onto Citrix and accessed Outlook, it moved every appointment they had set between DST and the update an hour back. This cause a minor headache, since the secretaries had the appointments set right on theirs, but the higher ups (the ones with access to Citrix) did not. I would look to see if this patch was applied and when it was applied. This of course only affects some time zones and definitely not other parts of the globe outside of US.
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