07-30-2007, 06:16 PM
Join Date: May 2007
Location: Winnipeg MB Canada
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I had a similar problem, but I think I posted it on a different site forum.
To summarize, I was sending meeting invites to someone overseas, and their handheld (not a BB) was having trouble adjusting the time zone (so they said). So to get around it, I would make the appointment in THEIR time zone, my BB would translate it back to MY time zone correctly -- all is good so far -- BUT when I sync'd to Outlook 2003, my appointment would be off on the PC by one day. It wasn't always out by one day, but the pattern was that if the time difference spanned midnight, it would be off by one day.
In addition, although their handheld would have the correct date and time (since it wouldn't have to do any time translation), THEIR Outlook 2003 would also be off by one day if the appointment spanned a midnight.
These meeting invites were weekly recurring ones, if this made a difference.
To recap: if the appointment was his morning and my evening, then my Outlook 2003, my Blackberry, his handheld and his Outlook 2003 would agree. If the appointment was my evening and his morning the next day, then my Outlook 2003 would be for the wrong day, my Blackberry would have the right day, his handheld would have the right day, and his Outlook would have the wrong day.
I wrote it off to an Outlook 2003 bug, as it was the only conclusion I could come to with the tests that I did (not exhaustive by any means).