Windows not updating daylight savings time
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It's not always obvious that a firewall even exists as they generally allow regular web traffic to pass normally.
If you have temporarily disabled all firewalls that you know of and continue to have this problem, then it's almost certainly a firewall that you aren't aware of.
Note that this is not "an Outlook problem", as this is how computers, email clients and mail servers handle time zones.
For example, any email client will display this sent time: Thu, -0700 as AM on a computer configured for the Eastern Time Zone, which has a -0400 offset during Daylight savings time.