Time received stamp is incorrect in outlook

Posted on 2011-10-13
Last Modified: 2013-02-16
I have users who use Outlook 2007 on windows XP machines.  The time stamp on the emails received is off, it shows as the previous day.   I have checked the timezone on the machines, the calendar options in Outlook, and the server.  All appear to be correct, has anyone experienced this problem I am stuck.   I called the ISP (AT&T) and they checked the timezone on their end as well.
Question by:digeratitech2
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    Expert Comment

    Can you attach the full (redacted) headers of a sample email and let us know when it was really send and when it says it was sent in Outlook?  If you can do that, I'll do my best to explain what's going on.

    Accepted Solution

    Thanks for your reply,  we have concluded that it is truely coming from the AT&T server.  So we have to work with AT&T to fix or make the correct changes for us.

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