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Posted By:   Sharona_Feinberg
Posted On:   Monday, July 29, 2002 07:57 AM

Hi , I am using Message.getSendDate from two processes I get one hour difference , I tried to fix that by running with the same timezone on both jvm. now , when I get a new email from the exchange server I get one hour difference when I get a new email from the same email server I get a few seconds difference. how that can be ? isn't it should be the same time ? it is the same email ! I use the same method on both processes. how can I solve that ? is there a way to make sure that I will get the same time ? thanks in advance, Sharona    More>>

Hi ,
I am using Message.getSendDate from two processes


I get one hour difference , I tried to fix that by running with the same timezone on both jvm.


now , when I get a new email from the exchange server I get one hour difference


when I get a new email from the same email server I get a few seconds difference.


how that can be ?


isn't it should be the same time ? it is the same email !


I use the same method on both processes.


how can I solve that ?


is there a way to make sure that I will get the same time ?



thanks in advance,
Sharona

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Re: Message.getSendDate not consistant

Posted By:   Christopher_Koenigsberg  
Posted On:   Tuesday, July 30, 2002 07:16 AM

now , when I get a new email from the exchange server I get one hour difference
when I get a new email from the same email server I get a few seconds difference.



What do the headers say, in the 2 copies of the message? (the "Date:" header, also the "Received:" headers)



Maybe the Exchange server is actually in a different timezone from the other "email server"? maybe one of the 2 servers is rewriting the "Date:" header of the message, using its own timezone, instead of leaving it as the original sending client made it?

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