Exchange Server bug sets meetings ahead an hour

Monday, 23 October 2006, 4:51 PM EST

Daylight saving time may come to an end early for UK users of Microsoft's Exchange Server 2003 collaboration software.

The software giant said that it has issued a Hotfix for a bug that causes computers running on Greenwich Mean Time to set Exchange Server meetings ahead one hour during the last week of October.

At vnunet.

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