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    Question DST weirdness

    Hi all,

    ZCS 4.5.11 on FC4 (I know it's older, we are planning an upgrade soon).

    Server has the correct time. The time in webmail is correct. I check all my servers, they have the correct time.

    If email is sent internally (from one ZCS account to another), the time is off by an hour. An email sent at 9:30am will come into my mailbox at 10:30am etc.

    If I logon to an external email (like gmail) and email my zcs account - the time is correct.

    Any thoughts? I've rebooted the server, verified that the time is correct etc.

    Thanks,
    Rob

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    I tried another reboot, still having the same results. Internal email off by an hour - external mail has correct times.... weird.

    Rob

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    I ran some more tests...

    If I send an emal from someone using Outlook (IMAP) - the time is correct.

    Only when going from web client to web client is the time off by an hour... Could this be an IE7 issue?

    Should I change the timezone data in ZCS to compensate for the hour?

    Rob

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