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Daylight Saving & Exchange & Outlook - 5.Dec.2003 3:38:00 PM   
handsonsystems

 

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Hi guys!

Can anyone shed some light on this.
I have exchange server 2000 SP3. I am using Outlook 2002 SP2.

Whenever I send an meeting request, the person that receives it shows an hour later. Say I ask to meet with them at 1pm. It shows as 2pm on their system. If I send a meeting request internally it's fine.

I have checked the server and it is set to adjust for daylight saving. I have also checked the outlook calander options and ensured that "adjust" for daylight saving is ticked in there. I am at a loss as to whats causing the problem and how to fix it.

Can you guys help. So far I have tried applying the latest service packs to outlook & exchange and had no luck. The system time is correct and the time zone is set correctly.
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RE: Daylight Saving & Exchange & Outlook - 5.Dec.2003 8:28:00 PM   
Christopher58

 

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Did you check the timezone and daylight savings settings on the reciever's computer?

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RE: Daylight Saving & Exchange & Outlook - 6.Dec.2003 3:21:00 AM   
handsonsystems

 

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Yep, I checked this. I tried sending a meeting request to 2 other exchange boxes including an exchange 2000 box I have setup at home. It does the same thing. Very strange? They are all SBS 2000 boxes btw. Any ideas? The GMT setting is for Australia +10 (Sydney, Melb, Canberra).

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