Outlook 2016 calendar appointments not updating 18 yr old dating 30 yr old
You can export the calendar to a non-Outlook format (Excel or CSV works well), then change the time zone settings and import the items back into Outlook.This is a fairly common issue being reported in relation to Outlook, but the Citrix solution is actually quite simple; We recently came across the issue on Xen App6 where the 'use local client time' policy wasn't applying.Tip: Never change the computer time to match the 'local' time and leave the time zone set for your home time.You can easily swap the system time between these two zones, if you need to.Always use the correct time zone and DST settings for your location.If your time zone does not honor DST, don't choose a time zone with the correct offset and disable DST.Outlook 2007/2010 allows you to select the time zone the appointment will be held in.
Use Outlook's dual time zone feature and name the Default zone "Current" or something so you know its not a specific zone then set the second zone to your home time zone and name it accordingly.Now when you view the calendar in a day planner format, you'll see two time scales displayed. My meetings happen across many zones, so I always schedule per California time.You can right click on the scale and choose Time zones.. I wish there was a simple drop-down menu that I could configure to allow me to reset my system to India or China or...AD GPO worked for the host OS, but not within published apps.We managed to discover that the issue could be resolved by assigning the 'use local client time' policy through AMC / Delivery Service Console, not just the Citrix client policy.
Older versions don't have an option for 'in what time zone?