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Timestamps Showing 2 Hours off - 18.Jun.2009 3:18:40 PM   
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Were still in a co-existing exchange environment between Exchange 2003 and 2007, and one the things Im having issues with is that the timestamps on the emails are showing 2 hours off from what the timestamps shows in the header to the time showing in Outlook.  When looking at the header its showing the right time but the time zone is incorrect (ie  its showing 11:34:31 -0700 instead of 11:34:31 -0500) I looked at the time on the hub server and exchange 2003 front-end servers and theyre showing the right time and time zone. 

Where is Exchange getting its time from and is there a way to change it?



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RE: Timestamps Showing 2 Hours off - 18.Jun.2009 11:11:17 PM   
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check the time zone on ALL your exchange servers. I assume you are seeing the same results when looking at the msg using OWA??

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