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Reminders one hour late on my phone if I enter them on my laptop

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I am syncing my Vario II to Outlook 2007 in Vista. If I put an appointment in Outlook 2007 and sync it, my reminder is an hour late. I am pretty sure this is a daylight saving issue but I am on DST (daylight saving time) in Vista and I can't find the setting on my phone. I do remember that I had to leave my phone on as an alarm over the change and I didn't get a message, and I suspect I might have manually changed the time. Its annoying me, and those I say I will meet.

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Like you say, it's likely to be a time zone issue.

Vista ... need to check your timezone. Click clock in taskbar, then click on "change date and time settings" ... That will show the Timezone you are in on Vista.

Outlook ... Tools, Options, Calendar Options, Timezone ... will show you the configured Timezone for outlook.

Pocket PC ... Start, Settings, System Tab, Clocks and Alarms. Check Home is set to same timezone.

If all those match ... then Im not sure where your problem lies.

hth

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Like you say, it's likely to be a time zone issue.

Vista ... need to check your timezone. Click clock in taskbar, then click on "change date and time settings" ... That will show the Timezone you are in on Vista.

Outlook ... Tools, Options, Calendar Options, Timezone ... will show you the configured Timezone for outlook.

Pocket PC ... Start, Settings, System Tab, Clocks and Alarms. Check Home is set to same timezone.

If all those match ... then Im not sure where your problem lies.

hth

Yup, all configured as it should be - Vista, Outlook and the phone all show GMT, with daylight saving ticked in Vista and Outlook. I am using Pocket Informant - maybe there is an additional setting in that?

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