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DST troubleshooting

DST troubleshooting

DST troubleshooting

We have just a couple of users whose Outlook 2007 calendars are not correctly reflecting DST changes. We have all patches installed on our 2003 Exchange server and on the PCs. Outlook time zone and PC time zone are both set to DST. I would like to be able to check the actual dates the computer and/or Oulook believe they should change to DST, i.e. March 10 (2nd Sunday in March or April 7 (first Sunday in April). I know there is somewwhere on the PC to view those actual dates, but I can't remember where it is and googling isn't helping.
More importantly, I would like to find the exact dates that Outlook 2007 "thinks" it should change to DST, as Outlook is where I'm having the problem..........time on PC is correct
Does anyone know where to find them?

RE: DST troubleshooting

You've probably seen this, but this MS article seems quite comprehensive:

It specifically mentions mixed exchange and outlook environments.

No personal experience with this issue however.


RE: DST troubleshooting

Yes, I've seen it, thsnks. Still just trying to find out what actual date time is set to change on. Must be in the registry somewhere at least

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