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Mobile Me has my Calendar off by one hour

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Last night I got Mobile Me working with my Mac OS 10.4.11, and my Zire 72. However, this morning I almost had a heart attack when I logged into mobile me on the web and realized my appointment was an hour earlier then I had expected.

Now I realize that Mobile me has my Calendar off by one hour. Everything shows up 1 hour earlier then it is suppose to be. I checked my Palm Pilot and everything was correct. I then checked my ical and it is showing up correct. I am now afraid to sync with Mobile Me because I am afraid it will move everything off by one hour.

Anybody else seeing this?
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