[RC5] dates in e-mail notifictation from clients
wkitty42 at alltel.net
Mon Mar 23 23:21:56 EST 1998
Lord Somnolent wrote:
> R. Kelley Cook wrote:
> > I have a question, why do the dates for the email use the first date in
> > the log was created for the date of the email? It seems that according
> > to RFC-822 it should be using the date/time the message was created.
> > This is especially frustrating for those of us that have multiple
> > computers running RC5 processes in the background and have them email
> > us the stats every 10000 log lines or so. It really screws up the
> > sorting on my inbox, when I receive a message dated from three days
> > ago.
yeah, this threw me off when i first saw it... i just blew it off
then... now i know ;-)
> I too consider this a problem. As far as I know, the clinet doesn't even
> need to bother with a Date: field after all, it will get added at the
> SMTP server, which usually has the more accurate clock..
unless you are a timezone or more away from said SMTP server... this is
the case with my ISP... they are a phone company based in Arkansas but i
live in North Carolina... at least one hour difference... besides, all
my machines are synced with my main one which is synced with the atomic
clock... i know their machine(s) aren't... now, who is the more
now to get them to (re)fix my email headers... my name isn't "x x" ...
it should be whatever i configure my email agent to use... <cuss swear
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