Available now: Webcast on DST changes in Russia 2011
Russian DST Time Change: This Webcast is hosted by members of our Microsoft DST Team and will seek to provide you with an overview of DST and its impact on technology, details on the change for Russia, resources to help customers and partners through the change, and high level guidance for affected products from product group representatives.Click here to view the webcast.
Available now: Webcast Live Meeting on-demand from September 24, 2007:
DST 2007 Technical "Deep-Dive": This Webcast is hosted by members of our Microsoft DST Team and will seek to provide you with a technical overview of resources available to help prepare Microsoft products for the change to Daylight Saving Time. It will cover the core scenarios where the Outlook and Exchange update tools should be used, in addition to helpful links to patches and other information relative to other Microsoft products affected by the DST changes.https://www.livemeeting.com/cc/lmevents/view?id=msft092407sa&pw=ATN783&cn
For further information to accompany this webcast, please download the following file: http://download.microsoft.com/download/2/8/f/28f1337d-712b-4585-af4d-b79e3c4e1a47/DST Customer Webcast Sept 24, 2007-FINAL.pdf.
Available now: Webcast Live Meeting on-demand from September 14, 2007:
An overview of DST, Microsoft resources, impacted products, updates and tools. Click this link to view this web cast now.https://www.livemeeting.com/cc/lmevents/view?id=msft091407sa&pw=AGT732&cn
Available now: Webcast Live Meeting on-demand from February 22, 2007:
An overview of DST, Microsoft resources, impacted products, updates and tools. There is guidance for small and medium businesses, as well as a lengthy discussion on remediation efforts for large businesses and a focus on the Exchange Time Zone Data Update Tool. Click this link to view this web cast now: https://www.livemeeting.com/cc/lmevents/view?id=msft022207dtE&pw=WG987A&cn=
Available now: Webcast Live Meeting on-demand from February 27, 2007:
This session provides a view into five different scenarios that you may encounter as you update your Exchange organization with the daylight saving time (DST) 2007 updates, and how you can address these scenarios by using the patch for the Microsoft Outlook Time Zone Data Update tool.
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- Making sure that single instance items that are created after the date on which the operating system time zone updates were applied, are not rebased.
- Rebasing calendar items and suppressing calendar updates.
- Rebasing resource mailboxes.
- Rebasing calendar items stored in public folders.
- Reporting the changes made by the Outlook Time Zone Data Update tool.