recurring calendar meetings one hour ahead in the last week of October


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Mike Bonvie

Hi,

We're running Exchange 2007 RU9
Clients, Outlook 2007 SP1, fully patched

Admin has full access to managers calendar.

Admin is sending out recurring meeting requests to others (including the
manager).
The manager adds to calendar, the time is correct on all the occurrences
until the last week of October - then after which are OK again.
Can someone kindly explain to me why the recurring meetings are ahead an
hour in the managers calendar just for that week?
This seems to be an issue for other Admin\Manager scenarios in the company.


Thank You,
Mike Bonvie
 
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Diane Poremsky [MVP]

Since DST changed from last weekend in Oct to the first in Nov and that is
the period that is affected, I'd say someone doesn't have the time zone
updates installed.

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Ben M. Schorr, MVP

Do you have all of the hotfixes and patches installed? It sounds like a
daylight savings time issue - the clocks change (in most places) November
1st. I'm guessing that you're using an older version of the software that
doesn't recognize that the date of DST change was changed in the last year
or so.

As I recall there was a hotfix for that from Microsoft. Check Microsoft
Update. (http://update.microsoft.com)

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Mike Bonvie

Hi Diane,

Thank you very much, would you have a link to the time zone update(s)?
OS is XP.

Thanks again

Diane Poremsky said:
Since DST changed from last weekend in Oct to the first in Nov and that is
the period that is affected, I'd say someone doesn't have the time zone
updates installed.

--
Diane Poremsky [MVP - Outlook]



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mailto:[email protected]

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Mike Bonvie said:
Hi,

We're running Exchange 2007 RU9
Clients, Outlook 2007 SP1, fully patched

Admin has full access to managers calendar.

Admin is sending out recurring meeting requests to others (including the
manager).
The manager adds to calendar, the time is correct on all the occurrences
until the last week of October - then after which are OK again.
Can someone kindly explain to me why the recurring meetings are ahead an
hour in the managers calendar just for that week?
This seems to be an issue for other Admin\Manager scenarios in the
company.


Thank You,
Mike Bonvie
 
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I have a few users, me included that is having the same issue as Mike in post #1. We are running EX 2007 SP1 RU9 with Outlook 2007 SP2 clients. All affected users have the Aug 2009 DST patch installed from MS. One strange thing is that not all members of the recurring meeting are affected. Also, the same users that are affected have blackberries & the meeting shows correctly on them.

What do I check now?
 
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