Daylight Savings Time: Calendar and Outlook 2007 ...

Anyone else (particularly in Australia) having issues with their phone calendar being an hour out to their Outlook since DST came in on 5 October??
I have an N73 and Outlook 2007.

Here's the response I received from Nokia (haven't tried it yet but I do know GMT +11 is Vladivostok):
Hope you are in good health.
Kindly refer to the steps below to help resolve your issue:
1) Menu > Tools > Settings > General > Date & Time > Network Operator Time > Auto Update > Off
2) Menu > Tools > Settings > General > Date & Time > Time Zone > GMT +11
3) Manually change the time on your phone
4) Check each calendar appointments are showing the correct time. If they are not, please change the entries to the correct time.
5) Back up your phone using "Content Copier" on Nokia PC Suite
6) Perform a software update using Nokia Software Updater. Kindly visit the following link to obtain the necessary information on how to do a software update for your phone:
7) Synchronize the appointments from your PC to the phone. It is also best to check the "Conflict Resolution" settings in the Synchronize feature of Nokia PC Suite. This can be done by going to:
Nokia PC Suite > Synchronize > Settings > (select the arrow icon pointing to the right until you reach the "Finish" screen) > (select the wrench icon to proceed to the "Advanced Settings") > Conflict Resolution (choose which the priority location of information is)
The "Conflict Resolution" setting determines which information will be of priority, whereby the information on this location will override the information on the other location.
8) Check the time of the appointments on your phone if they are showing the correct time
I apologize for the inconvenience caused and hope the above helps to clarify your query.
Thank you for emailing Nokia Careline.
Should you still have any difficulties or any other enquiries, do not hesitate to write to us again or contact Nokia Careline at 1300 366 733. We operate between the hours of 8:00am and 8:00pm EST, seven days a week.
Do you know you can now update your phone software at your own convenience? Visit to check if your phone model is supported and download the "Nokia Software Updater".
Have a wonderful day ahead!
Kind regards,
Nokia Careline

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