Public calendar displays incorrect data

Public calendar displays incorrect data

Post by sfellma » Tue, 06 Apr 2004 23:42:45



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| Subject: Public calendar displays incorrect data
| Date: Tue, 23 Mar 2004 07:52:40 -0800
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| Hello,
| We have one central "company" calendar (Exchange 2000)
| which the entire company views, and one 2 Publishing
| editors creating/modifying said calendar. One client
| (Outlook 2000) has been displaying the data incorrectly
| for a few weeks. When an appointment is created, ie an all
| day sales meeting on April 2, it is displayed ON THIS
| CLIENT ONLY as 11:00 April 1 to 11:00 April 2. Also, it is
| displayed with clocks, and this is not the case on any
| other machine. Only NEW entries are displayed this way. I
| have compared the view settings to other machines without
| the problem, and ensured they match (field, etc..).
| Yesterday this happened to another client. How can I fix
| this??
|
| Thanks!
| Jason
|

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Jason,

Cases like yours are better handled by opening a support incident with us
- support details are at support.microsoft.com. If you want to investigate
yourself before making that investment, I would look at the view - current
view menu for the affected user. Since the views for the folders are
published, and only a couple of folks are seeing problems, I would guess
that the view on the PF is OK, but again, this is an issue that may require
more that us posting back and forth.

Good Luck,

Scott Fellman
Microsoft