Outlook users are complaining that their appointments and meetings were off by an hour or two. This is always the result of using the wrong time zone or daylight time setting. In each case, the users lived in an area that does not honor daylight saving time, but they used a time zone with the
Beginning March 2007, daylight time is in effect a total of four weeks longer than previously. Computers running Windows XP or older operating systems need to be updated so your computer time is correct. Vista and Windows 2008 contain this update but later time zone updates are available for Vista and Windows 2008. If the
Question: When I send or receive meeting requests or view other people's calendars, the appointments are off by one hour. This is caused by incorrect time or time zone settings on one of the computers. 1. Verify all computers involved are set to the correct time, time zone and daylight savings time settings in Windows
Microsoft Outlook really seems really bad at handling time zone changes, in part because Outlook uses UTC time for appointments and adjusts the time using the time zone offset configured on the computer. We show you how to avoid problems and introduce workarounds, as well as show you how to update appointments if you move to a new time zone.
When you use Dual time zone display and the week starts on the Sunday DST starts, the time scale will have an incorrect offset if the more western zone is the default time zone.