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Old 04-04-2007, 12:28 PM   #1 (permalink)
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For some reason, ever since the time change my calander and phone will not sync with the correct times. They are off by one hour, and sometimes a day. I make the changes in one, and it reflects wrong in the other. I have read about upgradeing the phone software, but I think I have the most recent, or I cant find a newer version. I love my blackberry, but if I cant fix this I will have to move one. Can anyone Please explain what I need to do. Thank you!!!!


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Are the deviations from appointments that have a recurrence or new appointments? If the deviation in time is from old reoccurring appointments then you will need to re-enter them. Are you using a BES? If so, confirm that you have the .dst update both on your phone and be sure that your service provider has the update as well. Let us know what happens.
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grp, I had the very same problem after adding the DST patch to my BB. Finally I remembered I had not patched my windows as well. If you are on Outlook 2007, I don't know if it has the DST patch or not, and your BB needs it as well.

My times are correct now, I thought it was going to drive me flippin' crazy. So, in short--the hour time difference is not a BB problem, it is a US Congress and user-failed-to-update software problem. You might as well throw out your desktop PC as well.
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I wonder if DM 4.2 fixes the problem? I know you need it to work with Vista and I thought Office 2007 as well?
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Ok, I looked at the software updates and it does not show I need a patch. BUT I AM STILL OFF AN HOUR!!! AND IM GOING CRAZY!!!!

V4.1.0.377 Platform 2.0.0.152

Desktop 4.2.1.8

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