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  • Calendar items now out by one hour after DST change.

    Our time changed to +1 Hr on Sunday (3-Sep-2010) morning due to DST.

    Today, Monday, some users are stating that re-occuring appointments in Outlook are appearing one hour behind. Other appointments seem to be OK.

    I have checked our Exchange servers and the OS's are showing the correct time, so I was wondering what the issue is. Some Google results state that I have to run a Calendar update tool. Why is this necessary as I would have thought that Exchange would be able to handle DST changes!?

    Our Exchange servers are Exchange 2007 V08.01.0375.002 running on Win2K3 Standard x64 SP2.

    NOTE: I have not installed any patches on the Exchange servers. This is what is installed:

    [86]: Q147222
    [87]: SP1 - SP
    [88]: IDNMitigationAPIs - Update
    [89]: NLSDownlevelMapping - Update
    [90]: KB925398_WMP64
    [91]: KB938127-IE7 - Update
    [92]: KB956390-IE7 - Update
    [93]: KB958215-IE7 - Update
    [94]: KB960714-IE7 - Update
    [95]: KB961260-IE7 - Update
    [96]: KB963027-IE7 - Update
    [97]: KB969897-IE7 - Update
    [98]: KB914961 - Service Pack
    [99]: KB923561 - Update
    [100]: KB924667-v2 - Update
    [101]: KB925876 - Update
    [102]: KB925902 - Update
    [103]: KB926122 - Update
    [104]: KB927891 - Update
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    [176]: XpsEPSC
    Thanks.
    Last edited by JDMils; 4th October 2010, 04:38.
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  • #2
    Re: Calendar items now out by one hour after DST change.

    *sigh*
    Any reason you haven't tried the suggestions google supplied?

    just because you "think" something, doesn't make it necessarily so. I mean - you've already said you have an incident, so that means you don't know as much as you'd like to think.
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    • #3
      Re: Calendar items now out by one hour after DST change.

      All the Google suggestions suggested talked about the DST 2007 changes and about applying updates which came out in 2007.

      I just want to verify that there is a tool which when run on the Exchange server, it automatically updates recurring meetings. Does this exist and where do I find it?
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