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Posted on 2013-06-10
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User A sent an email on Friday 4;03 p.m. June 7th, 2013 to User B.
User A Sent items lists the email as sent on July 12th 2013 which is Wednesday of this week.
User A has sent more emails today and they are listed as June 10th 2013, these emails are below the email list as July 12th 2013.
User A PC date and Time are June 10th 2013, current time.
User A has confirmed that User B did received the email and is listed on User B sent items as Friday, June 7th 2013.
What is the explanation of this weird Scenario

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User A has confirmed that User B did received the email and is listed on User B inbox items as Friday, June 7th 2013.
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James Hodge earned 500 total points
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I would say a 'computer' somewhere along the path the email took, has the wrong date.
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by:Rik Van Lier
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Mail server date is not correct! Is this exchange or pop email?
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