When I set a meeting on my computer (iMac running OS10.9.5), its shows up one hour earlier on my phone, on the Kerio server or any other calendar of people I invite to the meeting.
When I set the meeting on my phone (iPhone), The time is correct everywhere, even on my computer.
The time is set to Beijing (+8) on my computer
The time is set to Beijing (+8) on my iCal (version 7.0) preferences
The time is set to UTC+8 on my Kerio server settings
The time is set to Beijing (+8) on my iPhone 8.1
Timezone support is activated in iCal and iPhone.
Any meeting that I accept or made from the phone will be listed as UTC+8 on iCal. But any meeting created on iCal does not mention any UTC.
I have read over there :
The reason this bug exists is because Exchange doesn't use standard compliant time zone information, but Apple does so, leading to two different time zone formats. As a result, iCal can't figure out what the correct time zone is from Exchange iCal invitations. Here's a quick example of the South African time zone differences between the two:
Exchange format: (GMT+02.00) Harare/Pretoria
iCal format: Africa/Johannesburg
Could this be the reason ? This thread is pretty old so maybe it's obsolete... and in this case my events should be 8 hours ahead, no 1 hour before...
any other experienced the same problem ? any suggestions are welcome..
My provider just told me that Kerio's team reproduced the problem on their on side and issued a ticket, let's hope they can fix this soon, until then, I'll have to create all my events on the phone....
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