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DST activation

The initial DST start and stop settings were incorrect. The start and stop dates have been corrected and the correct dates are reflected in both the domain and post offices. However, e-mails are still incorrectly time stamped by one hour.
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Re: DST activation

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Re: DST activation

In article <whitek.5sm41b@no-mx.forums.novell.com>, Whitek wrote:
> The initial DST start and stop settings were incorrect. The start and
> stop dates have been corrected and the correct dates are reflected in
> both the domain and post offices. However, e-mails are still
> incorrectly time stamped by one hour.
>

Do the end user machines have the correct DST settings running on them?
Also applies to server(s) hosting GroupWise.



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Re: DST activation

The end user workstations and the server hosting the domain and P.O have the correct time.
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Re: DST activation

Hi,

What build/version of GroupWise are you using and what platform is it running on - OS and Patch level?

What build/version of the client are you using?

Are you seeing this in WebAccess and/or the client?

What time zone are you in?

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Laura Buckley

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Re: DST activation

In article <whitek.5t4ijb@no-mx.forums.novell.com>, Whitek wrote:
> The end user workstations and the server hosting the domain and P.O have
> the correct time.
>

It is possible for them to look like they have the correct time, but still
be in another time zone definition, and that would cause such a shift as
well.


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