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Old 05-18-2011, 11:41 AM
DaMann DaMann is offline Calendar time zone issue Windows 7 64bit Calendar time zone issue Office 2003
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I did a bit of checking and couldn't find anything that matched what i was looking for.



I have a user with a peculiar calendar issue. We run Exchange 2003 and the user has office 2010. It's a recent problem.

It's quite simple. He enters an appointment in his calendar and once it is saved it shows as an hour ahead in his calendar view and when he opens the item it shows an hour behind! At no point does it show the correct time that he used to create the appointment. When I view his calendar from my end ( pacific time zone and he is Alaska time zone)all appointments look correct. When he views the calendar items on his iphone or ipad they look correct. I checked the Outlook time zone, calendar time zone and the computer time zone and all are set to Alaska. Al his past items seem to be correct, it seems to be only his new items. I don't have a lot of experience with outlook 2010 but i check all the usual spots.

Anyone seen this before?

Thanks in advance
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