Appointment times off by one hour March 9 to April 5


D

DFCarter

It appears to be a daylight savings issue, but all my appointments are late
by 1 hour from March 9 - April 5, 2008. At recurring appointment set for 8:00
am shows 9:00 am during this time period. What gives?
 
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Diane Poremsky

Version of outlook and windows? It's definitely a dst problem - this tool
should fix the affected appointments provided the windows update is
installed.
 
W

Will

Diane -
What tool are you referring to? Tzmove? If so its not working for me. I
have some users with appointments off by one hour for March only. All
computers are patched with DST patches - all computers had Tzmove run on them
last year. I ran Tzmove again on a few and it reports no problems. Yet some
appointments move ahead by one hour. Unchecking automatic adjustment for DST
on the system time and/or in Outlook corrects it. This is intermittent and
on a fairly small number of users but it is a problem nonetheless. These are
XP machines with Office 2003 or 2007, Exchange Server 2003. Must either be
something screwy on the Exchange server or else some DST patches on the
client side did not install correctly. Something is rotten in Denmark.

Will
 
T

tkulczycki

yeah, the tzmove tool. did I forget the url? oops.  for others who mightbe
looking for it:http://www.microsoft.com/downloads/details.aspx?FamilyID=e343a233-b9c...

tzmove should only be needed once - not each yr. It sounds like the tz patch
didn't work. I'd start by checking the registry on the affected systems -
make sure the patch is installed.

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Diane -
What tool are you referring to?  Tzmove?  If so its not working for me.  I
have some users withappointmentsoffby one hour forMarchonly.  All
computers are patched with DST patches - all computers had Tzmove run on
them
last year.  I ran Tzmove again on a few and it reports no problems.  Yet
some
appointmentsmove ahead by one hour.  Unchecking automatic adjustment for
DST
on the system time and/or inOutlookcorrects it.  This is intermittent
and
on a fairly small number of users but it is a problem nonetheless.  These
are
XP machines with Office 2003 or 2007, Exchange Server 2003.  Must either
be
something screwy on the Exchange server or else some DST patches on the
client side did not install correctly.  Something is rotten in Denmark..

Version ofoutlookand windows? It's definitely a dst problem - this tool
should fix the affectedappointmentsprovided the windows update is
installed.
--
Diane Poremsky [MVP -Outlook]
Author, Teach YourselfOutlook2003 in 24 Hours
Need Help with Common Tasks?http://www.outlook-tips.net/beginner/
Outlook2007:http://www.slipstick.com/outlook/ol2007/
OutlookTips by email:
(e-mail address removed)
OutlookTips:http://www.outlook-tips.net/
Outlook& Exchange Solutions Center:http://www.slipstick.com
Subscribe to Exchange MessagingOutlooknewsletter:
(e-mail address removed)
It appears to be a daylight savings issue, but all myappointmentsare
late
by 1 hour fromMarch9 - April 5,2008. At recurring appointment set
for
8:00
am shows 9:00 am during this time period. What gives?- Hide quoted text -

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I had a user report multiple users are seeing appointments off on what
appears to be only March 12th-13th. We haven't seen any other
appointments or DST issues until now. I do not have an explanation
for why this is occurring, but it is only intermittent users. I
notice one appointment which is off on my calendar, and the organizer
is a deleted user. The other affected appointments seem to have been
organized by a disabled account that is utilized as a master calendar
for scheduling, but I'm not sure if they are isolated to being
scheduled by that particular user.
 
D

Dave Schreiner

I have the same problem but the fix link that Diane gave does not seem to fix
the problem. Any other downloads that might work?

Dave Schreiner
 
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S

SAWilkins

I have the same problem as Dave. Any ideas?


Dave Schreiner said:
I have the same problem but the fix link that Diane gave does not seem to fix
the problem. Any other downloads that might work?

Dave Schreiner
 

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