Lync 2010 Exported IM messages in GMT time and does not contain the local time - is there a fix for this?
viernes, 20 de abril de 2012 11:27
When exporting lync 2010 arhived IM messages from the powershell and then viewing the messages the timestamps in the message is GMT and not the local time GMT+2. If this is by design to save in GMT can someone provide some links to a Microsoft article confirming this please or if there is a way to make sure it gets saved in your preferred timezone can you provide with instructions please.
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lunes, 23 de abril de 2012 8:37Moderador
It is by design. The similar issues for your reference:
lunes, 23 de abril de 2012 8:58
I've seen those links as well. It is fine to say it is by design, but I've not seen any document or article that states that.
Will it be fair to say that you will need a 3rd party application or get a SQL DBA to generate a report and ammend the time on the report to reflect the correct local time for the IM messages?
Unfortunately the customer won't accept a response that it is by design, but I need some proof.
I've also not seen any settings to change it, so for me I will/can accept that.
martes, 01 de mayo de 2012 6:53Moderador
I will try to review all Lync document Once I find any further information, i will post here as soon as possible.
jueves, 03 de mayo de 2012 7:47
The times are not in GMT but in UTC (not the same)
Belgium is GMT +1 and UTC +2 in summertime , UTC +1 wintertime.
Microsoft used the UTC for several reasons : no issue with the time when there is a time change (daylight saving time ) People from everywhere(NY, Brussels, Songapore) can use the traces because they use the same time reference.
- Propuesto como respuesta Kent-HuangModerator martes, 08 de mayo de 2012 2:12
martes, 08 de mayo de 2012 2:12Moderador
It did not explicitly state if this is by design. But I agree with FRANCOIS, it will be more convenient to manage if we use a constant time zone.