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Old March 19th 08, 02:03 PM posted to microsoft.public.outlook.calendaring
RBear3
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Default Recurring appointments span two days and end at 1:00AM instead of midnight

I have noticed that many of my "all day" recurring appointments are messed
up. Instead of starting and stopping at 12:00 they are starting and
stopping at 1:00. This causes them to show up on two days in my calendar.

If I open the series and click "recurrence" it shows them as 12 to 12. If I
save it and click "ok" to all the warnings, it fixes the problem. But, I
don't want to have to do this to every recurring item I have.

Is there another way to fix these? Does anyone know why this happened in
the first place?

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Thanks!

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Old March 19th 08, 02:07 PM posted to microsoft.public.outlook.calendaring
RBear3
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Default Recurring appointments span two days and end at 1:00AM instead of midnight

Upon further investigation it looks like this is just a week or two. I
guess it is due to the change in daylight savings time this year?

No biggie. I went ahead and fixed the handful that were affected.

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I have noticed that many of my "all day" recurring appointments are messed
up. Instead of starting and stopping at 12:00 they are starting and
stopping at 1:00. This causes them to show up on two days in my calendar.

If I open the series and click "recurrence" it shows them as 12 to 12. If
I save it and click "ok" to all the warnings, it fixes the problem. But,
I don't want to have to do this to every recurring item I have.

Is there another way to fix these? Does anyone know why this happened in
the first place?

--
Thanks!

RBear3
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Old March 19th 08, 06:20 PM posted to microsoft.public.outlook.calendaring
Brian Tillman
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Default Recurring appointments span two days and end at 1:00AM instead of midnight

RBear3 wrote:

Upon further investigation it looks like this is just a week or two. I
guess it is due to the change in daylight savings time this year?

No biggie. I went ahead and fixed the handful that were affected.


But it indicates you may not have applied all of the DST setting adjustments
that Microsoft issued last year.
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