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Old 12-12-2003, 09:05 AM
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Question Correct clock, but calendar times off

Hi,

I've searched the forum for Time problems/errors and read about a lot of people having problems with their clock setting suddenly changing (time +/- X hrs).

I have a similar problem:
My calendar items are all one hour off, but the PC&P800 times are correct. Extremely annoying!
Example: time is now 08.00 (pc and p800 shows this), meeting at 09.00 in Outlook is converted to 10.00 in the p800.

Any ideas on how to solve this??

I use PC suite 1.2.5.0, phone FW R2F

Rgds,
Carl

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Old 12-12-2003, 10:08 AM
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Re: Correct clock, but calendar times off

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Originally posted by choeg
Hi,

I've searched the forum for Time problems/errors and read about a lot of people having problems with their clock setting suddenly changing (time +/- X hrs).

I have a similar problem:
My calendar items are all one hour off, but the PC&P800 times are correct. Extremely annoying!
Example: time is now 08.00 (pc and p800 shows this), meeting at 09.00 in Outlook is converted to 10.00 in the p800.

Any ideas on how to solve this??

I use PC suite 1.2.5.0, phone FW R2F

Rgds,
Carl
It's probably either a difference in time-zones between the phone and PC or (moe likely) one is set to Daylight savings and the other isn't.
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Old 12-12-2003, 10:53 AM
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Time zones are the same (GMT, London).
Summertime/daylight svg:
P800 - no boxes checked (since no summer time at the moment)
PC - "auto adjust clock for dayl saving changes" is checked
.. will try to change this and see if it helps, but I doubt it since the times are displayed correctly in both the p800 and the PC.

It is just the calendar items that are off!

Thanks for the suggestion though.

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Old 12-12-2003, 11:16 AM
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Nope... the daylight savings change didn't work.

THis is driving me nuts!! the clock is totally correct on the phone, but the frea**in calendar is off.... GAAAH

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Old 13-12-2003, 09:46 AM
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Nope... the daylight savings change didn't work.

THis is driving me nuts!! the clock is totally correct on the phone, but the frea**in calendar is off.... GAAAH
Have you tried setting synch so that the phone adjusts to the same time and date as the PC?
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Old 15-12-2003, 09:03 AM
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Have you tried setting synch so that the phone adjusts to the same time and date as the PC?
Yes.. I've tried that too... doesn't work.
 

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