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  1. abdul1981

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    Hi
    Holidays on my android phone shows for two days, for example if holiday is marked for 23rd march it shows 23rd and 24th March on android, however it is fine on iPhone and outlook for windows, please help

    my phone is sync with MS exchange
     

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  2. Hadron

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    Exactly which "holidays" calendar are you syncing with? There are a lot of them, and we only know what you tell us.

    I've never seen this myself, but am probably not syncing the same calendar as you.
     
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    I wonder if however the holidays set up if they have a time element involved and there is an issue with the event spanning midnight?
     
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    Thanks Hadron

    Holiday has been pushed through MS Exchange 2013, i have attached three screenshot for better understanding one is of my android phone and other is of my outlook, on outlook it shows for 23rd march and on android it shows for 23rd and 24th march
    one more screen shot of the event which shows wrong time zone -8, however on my device it is +5
     

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    Hi Any clue on this?
     
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    Something to do with your phone being set to PST(GMT-8) maybe?
     
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    It doesn't allow me to change
     
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    What phone is it, make and model, and where did it come from?

    "GMT-8"
    So apparently the phone thinks it's in China or western Australia or something, and has set its time-zone accordingly? Maybe something configured wrongly in the Exchange server?
     
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    It Samsung galaxy A5 2017, manufactured in china
     

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