exchange time problem in israel

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    ybm3884
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    #141707

    hello everyone :)
    i am new here
    and i have a question about a problem that i get in the exchange 2007 and the outlook 2007 mail client

    so this is how it goes
    i am from israel and the gmt over here is +2 while we are in day light saving time so it’s gmt +3 actually

    few days ago in our company we started to get a time problem that the main symptom of that problem is that when we get mail’s out of the company the recipient get the mail(the time mark that he got it is an hour earlier) and when i try to rsvp someone to a meeting in the calender
    he is getting rsvp request to an hour later (for examples if the meeting is in 1 p.m then he will receive the rsvp to 2 p.m ) i tried to install the sdt by Microsoft, but i got nothing from it and the problem keeps on going.
    with much regards
    ybm
    and thank you very very much

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    AndyJG247
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    #323086

    Re: exchange time problem in israel

    Are all of your DC’s, Exchange and client machines fully patched?

    What do you mean by “i tried to install the sdt by Microsoft, but i got nothing from it”

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    joeqwerty
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    #301928

    Re: exchange time problem in israel

    What client OS are you running? Do the clients have the DST2007 MS patch?

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    ybm3884
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    #362825

    Re: exchange time problem in israel

    well i havent patched them
    can someone note me the right patch number or correct name ?

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    joeqwerty
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    #301929

    Re: exchange time problem in israel

    If you haven’t patched the client machines (it’s only been 2 years since the patch was released) then that’s your problem. Have a look here:

    http://support.microsoft.com/gp/cp_dst

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