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Old March 20th 06, 09:11 PM posted to microsoft.public.outlook.calendaring
John E
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Default Occurrence appointments in the calander shift one hour ahead

MS Outlook 2003

I had a complaint from one of our remote users this morning that all
occurrence appointments in the calander shift one hour ahead. I was able to
verify this by remote controll. I checked the system date and time and they
are configured correctly.

If I viewed one of the appointments it show the correct time. I checked for
conflicting appointments could not find any.

I am not sure what is causing this to happen. Any suggestions.

Thanks
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Old March 21st 06, 12:16 AM posted to microsoft.public.outlook.calendaring
Not clairvoyant
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Default Occurrence appointments in the calander shift one hour ahead

You may have already done this but did you check whether daylight saving is
on or off?

"John E" wrote:

MS Outlook 2003

I had a complaint from one of our remote users this morning that all
occurrence appointments in the calander shift one hour ahead. I was able to
verify this by remote controll. I checked the system date and time and they
are configured correctly.

If I viewed one of the appointments it show the correct time. I checked for
conflicting appointments could not find any.

I am not sure what is causing this to happen. Any suggestions.

Thanks

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Old March 21st 06, 10:10 AM posted to microsoft.public.outlook.calendaring
Have three columns R,S,T
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Default Occurrence appointments in the calander shift one hour ahead

I have the same problem and am working in 2 differnet time zones. Are you? If
so, there in seems to be the problem and I can't seem to find a workaround.

"Not clairvoyant" wrote:

You may have already done this but did you check whether daylight saving is
on or off?

"John E" wrote:

MS Outlook 2003

I had a complaint from one of our remote users this morning that all
occurrence appointments in the calander shift one hour ahead. I was able to
verify this by remote controll. I checked the system date and time and they
are configured correctly.

If I viewed one of the appointments it show the correct time. I checked for
conflicting appointments could not find any.

I am not sure what is causing this to happen. Any suggestions.

Thanks

 




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