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Hello,

I am trying to read a log from a bounced back e-mail and the time is 02:55:25 -0800 (PST)

Is this 2:55PM PST?
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The time is UTC - 0800 (8 hours) which is 02:55:25 Pacific Standard Time or 10:55:25 UTC Time.

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Is this 2:55PM PST?
No, it's 2:55AM PST.

NDRs should always quote time in 24hr format (i.e. it should say 14:55:25 if it was 2:55PM).
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