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We are running BES 5 SP2 MR1 with Exchange 2007. When users enter a new appointment into their handset, it changes to be one hour earlier on the handset and in Outlook. If appointment is entered into Outlook the time is fine on the handset. I have applied the September 2010 DST patch and upgraded to the latest CDO version to no avail. Does anyone please have any other ideas? We changed to DST time last weekend. Any assistance is appreciated.
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