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    Dear All,

    I have a question about exchange 2007 DST in exchange "Forward Notification Message" feature and DST in my organization I hope that you will able to help me with that, thanks from advance.

    Current environment (after the change):

    Head office London
    , Exchange 2007 on Windows 2008, with Windows 2008 DC
    branch office Jerusalem:
    using the Exchange 2007 at the London office with MPLS connection between the offices, local windows 2008 Read-only AD.
    workstation Win XP SP3, outlook 2007 SP2

    on the Jerusalem site,
    when the users on jerusalem sites receving the Exchange "Forward Notification Message" the meetnig hours inside the message body is diffrent from the real time of the meeting (see example in the bottom of this page) and the GMT located in the body of the message is set for London GMT and not Jeruslam as it supposed to be.

    why is that happens?
    is it because the mailboxs are located at london server?

    how can i know that i am ok with DST at Jeruslam, and which updates shold be installed at the servers the ensure that the DST settings at London and Jeruslam are corrects?

    Thanks.

    Alon.

    דוגמא:

    Your meeting was forwarded
    xxxxx xxxxx has forwarded your meeting request to additional recipients.

    Meeting

    xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx


    Meeting Time

    Tuesday, February 16, 2010 5:00 PM-5:30 PM.

    (the correct time in here should be 7:00 PM-7:30 PM, the Calendar is ok).

    Recipients

    xxxxxxxxxxx

    [email protected]

    [email protected]

    Sent by Microsoft Exchange Server 2007



    All times listed are in the following time zone: (GMT) Greenwich Mean Time : Dublin, Edinburgh, Lisbon, London (this should be Jerusalem GMS +2)

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    Re: Exchange 2007 and DST in multiple sites

    Run Microsoft Update and run all of the updates with regards to the time zone.
    In many respects the time zone is driven by the time zone of the server. However Outlook should adjust things for you, as will OWA, if they and the host machine are set correctly.

    Simon.
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