If only it were that simple.
What do you propose one do about re-occurring outlook appointments? (they will all be off if you do as above)
Easily enough said. Have you actually SEEN what the instructions for updating outlook mailboxes look like? OH, and there are a few steps that need to be done with account rights that are not even in the instructions that need to be done before the instructions from MS will work.
Many, many organizations have spent the last week TRYING to get the update scripts to work, to no avail.
Indeed.[TELECOM Digest Editor's Note: For example, I did not know that tampering with the clock (attempting to set it up an hour) would cause puTTY to fail to work, but it did. And anytime I attempted to move the clock manually up one hour, within a second or so I got a message on the screen saying 'clock is inacurate; should I set it or turn off the Net Time server?'I could not get that message off of my screen, no matter what. And when I finally did get that message off and the clock on the new 'correct' time, then puTTY stalled. When I first decided to change the time zone "I was in' to try that method, the clock went up _two_ hours to Eastern Day- light Time_ instead of Eastern Standard. When I then tried backing the clock down one hour, Net Time started complaining again about the clock being wrong. I finally in my little diseased brain, changed to Eastern Standard and unticked the box saying to Net Time do not use DST. Then by rebooting the entire system, I got puTTY to respond correctly. You are right, it was not easy this year. PAT]