Online calendar updating 1 hour earlier than appointments I creat


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cmcdowell

When I publish my desktop Outlook 2007 calendar to the Internet, it shows the
appointments as being 1 hour earlier. I suspect this has something to do
with daylight savings time, because it didn't do that for appointments
created before March. I can't figure out how to make it show the correct
times.
 
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Bill R

Is there an option in Office Online to adjust the time zone?
It might also be that Microsoft need to make an adjustment to that service
for the changed DST.
 
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cmcdowell

Thanks, Bill. There is a place to adjust it. However being in San Diego, we
just switched to DST on March 9. So it should be at GMT-08:00. When the
Online calender is set correctly to GMT-08:00, it still reads an hour
earlier. I read that last year DST started on March 11, so maybe Microsoft
didn't adjust theirs --I'm hoping that's what it is, anyway. I've exhausted
about everything I've tried to do. I wish there was someway to actually
speak to a Micrsoft person, but that's like entering Fort Knox. Maybe
someone's monitoring this and they'll respond . . .
 
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Brian Tillman

cmcdowell said:
Thanks, Bill. There is a place to adjust it. However being in San
Diego, we just switched to DST on March 9. So it should be at
GMT-08:00. When the Online calender is set correctly to GMT-08:00,
it still reads an hour earlier.

My guess is that the online calendar server has not been updated with the
DST changes.
 

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