DST update tool for Outlook/exchange...

Hi all,
How do i check if the patch for outlook software applied and work? After 
applied all the patch for server, exchange, and Outlook/exchange update tool, 
will the appointment shift by 1 hour or it will stays at the same time as of 
NOW before 3/11?

THanks for your time.
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2/22/2007 3:17:51 PM
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Only the appointments in the affected DST period will be impacted - which 
occurs 3 weeks earlier and ends 1 week later than earlier years.

The Outlook Timezone Update Tool in interactive, allows 
selecting/deselecting appointments to be changed and outputs a log that is 
displayed at the end of the session.

When you run the Exchange update tool (which is a wrapper around the Outlook 
tool, without the interactive UI that the Outlook tool displays), it 
essentially does the same thing but can be done for a number of users. 
Generally, there's no need to run both the Exchange & Outlook update tools, 
but running either doesn't affect items already modified by either tool.

-- 
Bharat Suneja
MVP - Exchange
www.zenprise.com
NEW blog location:
exchangepedia.com/blog
----------------------------------------------


"derrick" <derrick@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message 
news:CC013993-B97F-4DF2-A120-50984D1578BA@microsoft.com...
> Hi all,
> How do i check if the patch for outlook software applied and work? After
> applied all the patch for server, exchange, and Outlook/exchange update 
> tool,
> will the appointment shift by 1 hour or it will stays at the same time as 
> of
> NOW before 3/11?
>
> THanks for your time. 


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bharat3597 (1006)
2/22/2007 3:25:50 PM
Thanks for your reply.
Is that means the appointments in the DST period will be off by 1 hour 
according to the current time? Or it will stays correctly as of now then 
shift automatically on 3/11?

Does the exchange tool send out updates to attendees automatically which 
Outlook tool has an option not to do so?

Thanks again.

"Bharat Suneja [MVP]" wrote:

> Only the appointments in the affected DST period will be impacted - which 
> occurs 3 weeks earlier and ends 1 week later than earlier years.
> 
> The Outlook Timezone Update Tool in interactive, allows 
> selecting/deselecting appointments to be changed and outputs a log that is 
> displayed at the end of the session.
> 
> When you run the Exchange update tool (which is a wrapper around the Outlook 
> tool, without the interactive UI that the Outlook tool displays), it 
> essentially does the same thing but can be done for a number of users. 
> Generally, there's no need to run both the Exchange & Outlook update tools, 
> but running either doesn't affect items already modified by either tool.
> 
> -- 
> Bharat Suneja
> MVP - Exchange
> www.zenprise.com
> NEW blog location:
> exchangepedia.com/blog
> ----------------------------------------------
> 
> 
> "derrick" <derrick@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message 
> news:CC013993-B97F-4DF2-A120-50984D1578BA@microsoft.com...
> > Hi all,
> > How do i check if the patch for outlook software applied and work? After
> > applied all the patch for server, exchange, and Outlook/exchange update 
> > tool,
> > will the appointment shift by 1 hour or it will stays at the same time as 
> > of
> > NOW before 3/11?
> >
> > THanks for your time. 
> 
> 
> 
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derrick (40)
2/22/2007 3:48:53 PM
Appointments get modified with timezone info using DST2007 rules.
Actual impact will be seen come March 11, when computers will automatically 
move to the extended DST.

-- 
Bharat Suneja
MVP - Exchange
www.zenprise.com
NEW blog location:
exchangepedia.com/blog
----------------------------------------------


"derrick" <derrick@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message 
news:72395556-913A-4C7D-9E1F-B2CA9E806D70@microsoft.com...
> Thanks for your reply.
> Is that means the appointments in the DST period will be off by 1 hour
> according to the current time? Or it will stays correctly as of now then
> shift automatically on 3/11?
>
> Does the exchange tool send out updates to attendees automatically which
> Outlook tool has an option not to do so?
>
> Thanks again.
>
> "Bharat Suneja [MVP]" wrote:
>
>> Only the appointments in the affected DST period will be impacted - which
>> occurs 3 weeks earlier and ends 1 week later than earlier years.
>>
>> The Outlook Timezone Update Tool in interactive, allows
>> selecting/deselecting appointments to be changed and outputs a log that 
>> is
>> displayed at the end of the session.
>>
>> When you run the Exchange update tool (which is a wrapper around the 
>> Outlook
>> tool, without the interactive UI that the Outlook tool displays), it
>> essentially does the same thing but can be done for a number of users.
>> Generally, there's no need to run both the Exchange & Outlook update 
>> tools,
>> but running either doesn't affect items already modified by either tool.
>>
>> -- 
>> Bharat Suneja
>> MVP - Exchange
>> www.zenprise.com
>> NEW blog location:
>> exchangepedia.com/blog
>> ----------------------------------------------
>>
>>
>> "derrick" <derrick@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message
>> news:CC013993-B97F-4DF2-A120-50984D1578BA@microsoft.com...
>> > Hi all,
>> > How do i check if the patch for outlook software applied and work? 
>> > After
>> > applied all the patch for server, exchange, and Outlook/exchange update
>> > tool,
>> > will the appointment shift by 1 hour or it will stays at the same time 
>> > as
>> > of
>> > NOW before 3/11?
>> >
>> > THanks for your time.
>>
>>
>> 


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bharat3597 (1006)
2/22/2007 4:06:14 PM
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