All of my appointments have had their time changed and I am urgently seeking help to return them to their correct times. I have 3 devices: Apple MacBook Pro (mid 2009) running the latest version of Snow Leopard iPad 2 running iOS 4.3.5 iPhone 3GS running iOS 4.3.5 I'm also using MobileMe to keep my appointments, address book, etc. in sync. I just moved to Kathmandu, which is 9:45 ahead of EST (the east coast of the US, where I lived formerly and where I will return in one year). When I left the US I updated the timezone on all my devices to change them from EST to Nepal time. After doing this all of my appointment times were changed. After investigating I found that although I had TimeZone support turned off on my MacBookPro, it is set to be on by default on iDevices. I have now turned it off by it seems that the damage has been done. Hopefully there is a way to undo the problems this has caused, since I now have years of appointments showing the wrong times (they are off by 9:45). Just to be clear, I have no need for TimeZoneSupport. If I have an appointment at 10:00 am (EST) on, say, Sept. 1 in the US, and another appointment at 10:00 am (Nepal time) on, say, Sept. 21 in Nepal, I want my calendar to show both of those events as being at 10:00 am on their respective days. I believe that now that I have turned off TimeZoneSupport on all devices that this will be the case for any new appointments that I create, but how can I return all of my previos appointments to their correct time? There are far too many of them to edit them manually. Many thanks for any help that anyone can provide. This has really messed up my workflow! best wishes, Abe Z.