I need help figuring out what drives the timestamps for MS Exchange/Outlook emails running on Windows Server 2000. For example, this morning we received an email from a supplier that showed 08:48 (i.e., when we print off the email, its shows "Sent: Wednesday, July 25, 2007 8:48 AM". However, when we look at our inbox, for that email, it shows it was received at 8:46 AM. Our supplier says all their clocks are synchronized and their website was showing 8:44 AM when we received the email. I just want to sync up our timestamps and our supplier is saying the issue lies with our side not theirs. Does the time that appears in their emails under "Sent:...." reflect our clocks or theirs? Neither? Both? Thanks!