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Exchange 2003 - Receive email with wrong sent time

In my new mail server (exchange 2003), each message I receive from a specific domain (www.mail.gr) it has wrong time sent!

In the message header at the end you can see that the time is 13:43 but in the outlook 2003 the sent time is 16:44....

The emails from other domain have correct time sent, only from this domain exists the problem...

If the same email (with the wrong time sent) sent also the old mail server (exchange 5.5) then the time sent is correct!

Any ideas why is this happening?

Thank you for yuur help...

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Microsoft Mail Internet Headers Version 2.0
Received: from mail01.allweb.com.gr ([62.1.205.18]) by srvsby.SBMAIN.local with Microsoft SMTPSVC(6.0.3790.3959);
       Mon, 15 Oct 2007 13:51:54 +0300
Received: from mail.gr [194.30.227.59] by mail01.allweb.com.gr with ESMTP
  (SMTPD32-7.14) id A2463F100C0; Mon, 15 Oct 2007 13:34:46 +0300
Received: from etoile.mail.gr ([127.0.0.1]) by mail.gr ; Mon, 15 Oct 2007 13:43:56 +0300
Content-Type: text/plain
Content-Disposition: inline
Content-Transfer-Encoding: binary
X-Originating-Ip: 193.92.77.41
X-Http_host: www.mail.gr
Date: Mon, 15 Oct 2007 13:43:56 EEST
MIME-Version: 1.0
Reply-To: agorts@mail.gr
Subject: test 1344...
X-Mailer: EMUmail 5.1
From: agorts@mail.gr
X-Webmail-User: agorts@localhost
To: agorts@sabo.gr
X-Rcpt-To: <agorts@sabo.gr>
Message-ID: <119244503601@mailserver.mail.gr>
Return-Path: agorts@mail.gr
X-OriginalArrivalTime: 15 Oct 2007 10:51:54.0294 (UTC) FILETIME=[662DDD60:01C80F19]

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frostburnCommented:
Sounds as though it might be an issue with the time zone settings.
Thats where I would start looking.

Cheers
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dlangrCommented:
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agortsAuthor Commented:
I checked the time-zone in outlook and windows and it is correct!
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dlangrCommented:
did you check the time zone on your exchange server?
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dlangrCommented:
the header says: 13:51:54 +0300 , so it is adding 3 hours due to a time zone setting.
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agortsAuthor Commented:
When you say "time zone in exchange server" do you mean the windows server 2003 setting which holds the exchange server or a setting in the exchange?

In the windows I have al-ready checked...

In the Exchange server 2003 where can I find this setting?
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SembeeCommented:
Exchange uses UTC. It then adjusts based on the Windows time zone.
Therefore you should ensure that the time zone is correct on Windows on the server, Windows on the workstation and Outlook.
If the email comes through anything else (appliance for example) then check the time on that as well.

Simon.

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agortsAuthor Commented:
No all the intermediate servers (in my domain) are correct in time zone settings...

Actually my problem exists only with the emails of this domain (www.mail.gr) not the other domains!

And, if I receive from the same domain (www.mail.gr) in my old exchange (5.5) then the date is correct!

Very strange!!

Must be some kind of setting... relative with exchange 2003!
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dlangrCommented:
Are the senders exactly the same? Or is 1 user at www.mail.gr sending to the new exchange server and another to the old exchange server? Maybe it is a problem on the other side, wich concidentally is with a user sending mail to your new server. Might be a problem at his pc or maybe he uses another mail server on the same domain. Check the headers of a good and a bad mail for proof of that or post them here.
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agortsAuthor Commented:
Yes the sender is the same...
The www.mail.gr is a provider of free email and the UI is webmail interface, so it is the same all the time...
You can easily create a new email account in mail.gr and send an email to me (agorts@sabo.gr) and to your self and see what happens...
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dlangrCommented:
www.mail.gr does not accept my ip i think, i get an 403  from home and office.
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agortsAuthor Commented:
Maybe because you are not from Greece...
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