0 Replies Latest reply: Nov 16, 2012 7:02 PM by macorin
macorin Level 1 Level 1 (30 points)

I understand the basic gist of time zone support as it is pretty straight forward, but I'm constantly finding myself confused when I use time zone support when I travel.  For instance, I use EDT and sometimes put events in my calendar that I know I'll have while I'm traveling.  If I put an event in my calendar for 2:00 pm because that is when the event is supposed to start, but the event is taking place in California, the event shows up in my calendar at 11:00 am and I get all confused as to when my events are actually supposed to start.

 

Is the best policy to figure out what the adjusted time is supposed to be and make the adjustment beforehand, or is it best to turn off time zone support?  It gets really confusing when trying to add events to your calendar when the events take place in different time zones.

 

Any thoughts on this subject would be greatly appreciated

 

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