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Old 15.08.2006, 23:53
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emails dated five hours in the future

the personal message and thread updated notices i am getting are five hours in the future. does not seem to be a tz issue.

blah. back to the future now...

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Old 15.08.2006, 23:57
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Re: emails dated five hours in the future

can't replicate the problem on my end. The time is displayed at the bottom of each forum page - is this correct or also 5 hours in the future? Your tz setup as far as the forum is concerned is ok - you might want to double check your PC.
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Old 16.08.2006, 00:02
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Re: emails dated five hours in the future

hmmm....my mail server is nyc...will investigate headers if i don't get distracted and fall asleep. (smtp headers vs. sleep...always a toughie...)
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Old 16.08.2006, 11:51
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Re: emails dated five hours in the future

(nothing like reading smtp headers of breakfast in the morning.)

ok, this was my bad. sorry for the false alarm. my web client tz was set to thailand. the big question is why the issue does not appear on other mails...but i'll just leave that as a mystery of life to ponder in those lonely moments.
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