iOS: Syncing all-day events with Outlook may cause events to span two days
When syncing all-day events from iPhone, iPad, or iPod touch to Outlook, some events may span over two days in the Outlook calendar.
This can happen when:
- The time-zone setting on iPhone, iPad, or iPod touch does not match the Outlook time-zone setting.
- The daylight saving time option is disabled in Outlook.
- The time-zone setting in Outlook or the Outlook calendar has been changed.
To resolve this issue, follow the steps in Microsoft Outlook Help and Support center to install the latest Daylight Saving Time (DST) updates, and then set your Outlook and computer to the same time zone as your iOS device.
Find information on setting up syncing contacts and calendars with Outlook. Find troubleshooting tips for syncing contacts and calendars on Windows.
More information about time zones and all-day events can be found in the Outlook Help and Support Center, including:
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Last Modified: Sep 30, 2013
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