Outlook Calendar Appointment 1 hour wrong in recipient


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Ollie

My administrator is running outlook 2002 on XP. When she sends appointments
to anyone else including myself (I'm on outlook 2007) they are one hour ahead
of schedule. I figured it would be a daylight savings issue. I checked both
her outlook calendar timezone/DST etc... and her computers Date and Time
properties. Both appear fine. Any help would be appreciated.

Thanks
 
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Brian Tillman [MVP - Outlook]

My administrator is running outlook 2002 on XP. When she sends appointments
to anyone else including myself (I'm on outlook 2007) they are one hour
ahead
of schedule. I figured it would be a daylight savings issue. I checked both
her outlook calendar timezone/DST etc... and her computers Date and Time
properties. Both appear fine. Any help would be appreciated.

No need to post multiple times.
 

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