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silver.mab

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I always wondered why some dates are 1 day off the real date but thought it was some synchronization errors.

Now I just added a new contact and set January 13th as its birthday. After logging in to the Kerio Web Interface, I saw that the contact got January 14th stored as the birthday.

What's happening there?

Best regards

Markus Birth
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cwachs

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I get this same behavior with all "all-day" calendar events I create. As soon as they sync to/from my Palm device, they go back 1 day. This seems to be an issue with the phone being in MST time zone and the server in CST. If I put my phone in CST, the problem stops - but then the clock on my phone is always wrong. It's a total pain.

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Kerio Connect 7.1
OS X Server 10.5.8
Apple G4 X Serve
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Atlan

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I have the same problem with birthdays

In my installation many of my contact get the birthday one day off twice or three times a year. Then I have to correct all manually. Mad
After some month the same crash occurs again

Also sometimes there are telephone numbers or e-mail addresses mixed between contacts Evil or Very Mad

Andy
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Will Mayall

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Are you using Entourage? The only time I have seen this issue was with Entourage. Since I've stopped using Entourage, the problem has gone away.

Will Mayall
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Atlan

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Yes I´m using Entourage and Apple AB with kerio sync connector and iTunes to sync my iphone

Andy
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