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Old 10-26-2009, 05:19 PM
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So GMT changed time last night and are now an hour back. Outlook calendar events are now an hour wrong due to this. This happens every year - and usually people just suck up the wrong calendar times for a week - rather than manually changing them.

Is there a fix for US end users to update their calendar appointments with people from europe?
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Chris, this sounds like the issue that was introduced when the U.S. changed the start and end dates for Daylight Savings Time. It really screwed up our Exchange Server when it was first implemented. MS came out with a fix to correct all of the timestamps in the calendars.

Could these machines somehow not have the TZEdit.exe fix?

www.microsoft.com/dst


Also, GMT, now called UTC, never changes since it is the standard that all of the other times are offset from.

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