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    Default iCloud Time off

    With the time change. iCloud via web is showing times off by one hour in email...

    Anyone else seeing the same?
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    Mine seems fine.


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    See attached.. Should be 4:34
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    Quote Originally Posted by John Yester View Post
    See attached.. Should be 4:34
    Yes, you are correct. Apple has not updated its server or iCloud website to Daylight Savings Time.
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    Looks ok here. Calendar and Mail are all correct and reflect my local time zone. Noticed iOS 7 devices were incorrect until today.


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    Quote Originally Posted by impaler View Post
    Looks ok here. Calendar and Mail are all correct and reflect my local time zone. Noticed iOS 7 devices were incorrect until today.


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    login to iCloud online and sent a test message. The timestamp will be an hour behind or at least it was when I did it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by JustMe'D View Post
    login to iCloud online and sent a test message. The timestamp will be an hour behind or at least it was when I did it.
    Nope. Did the same thing and it's fine, both in sent and inboxes. Bottom line: ok for some, not for others.
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    Quote Originally Posted by impaler View Post
    Nope. Did the same thing and it's fine, both in sent and inboxes. Bottom line: ok for some, not for others.
    Okay. Thanks. You don't happen to live on the east coast do you?
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    Quote Originally Posted by JustMe'D View Post
    Okay. Thanks. You don't happen to live on the east coast do you?
    No, Alaska.
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    Still off by one hour....
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    Try restarting all your devices - and upgrade iOS to 7.1 when possible.
    Last edited by impaler; 03-13-2014 at 07:23 PM.
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    Sorry upgrading or restarting has nothing to do with it.. This issue is with web based iCloud via browser on a PC...

    Everything on iOS devices is correct....


    Still to this day emails on iCloud.com are off by one hour.
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    Quote Originally Posted by John Yester View Post
    Sorry upgrading or restarting has nothing to do with it.. This issue is with web based iCloud via browser on a PC...

    Everything on iOS devices is correct....


    Still to this day emails on iCloud.com are off by one hour.
    I checked iCloud.com and compared several emails I received this week to the time on my phone and they matched.
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    Is your time on any clock near you the same as well....?

    Example I just sent a test email. It shows 12:35pm but it's 1.35pm

    Again Not worried about the phone.. It's only via web browser iCloud
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    Quote Originally Posted by John Yester View Post
    Is your time on any clock near you the same as well....?

    Example I just sent a test email. It shows 12:35pm but it's 1.35pm

    Again Not worried about the phone.. It's only via web browser iCloud
    Try checking the time zone settings on icloud.com, and make sure your computer's time zone is correct. Other than that, don't know what else to tell you, other than open a trouble ticket with Apple.



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