If you do business with people in other parts of the country or in other countries, you know that time differences make it difficult to stay connected — never mind actually trying to get work done together. You'll be glad to know that Outlook can help you keep track of their time as well as your own.
Change your time zone You can quickly change your time zone in Outlook.
You should be aware that changing your time zone or daylight saving time setting in Outlook is equivalent to changing it in the Control Panel. This change affects all times displayed in Outlook as well as times displayed in other Microsoft Windows–based programs. Also keep in mind that if you connect to a corporate network, your system clock may be set by the clock used by that network, which may override changes you make to your own computer.
Show an additional time zone Use this feature when you stay put but want to know what time it is in some other place. When you show an additional time zone, be aware that Outlook will always show your current time zone adjacent to your calendar and the additional time zone to the left of that. That's what we'll talk about next.