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Outlook Express 5 - Date/Times of msgs coming in

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Is there something that controls the date/time a message comes in?

Often get a msg. with a date/time that makes no sense.  Is this something I control on my computer, the server sending the msg controls, or my server receiving the msg controls ?
 
 
 
 
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The date/time of the message is send with the email itself. If the person sending there email has there clock way off your email will so it way off.
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