Incorrect time stamp in the SMTP queues for the time of submission of messages

Incorrect time stamp in the SMTP queues for the time of submission of messages

Post by Char » Sun, 27 Jul 2003 02:34:27


Incorrect time stamp in the SMTP queues for the time of
submission of messages.
Running Ex2k sp3 .
Checked time zone and time settings .. all is OK
what would be causing this offset.. pls help
 
 
 

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Somewhat of a complicated problem. I want to be able to re-send the same
message over and over again (using it like a template) to various different
recipients. I select the message in my Sent Items folder and select the
resend message option. After changing the recipient (To:) and sending the
message, now this newly sent item shows the time stamp of the OLD message -
it could be days or weeks beforehand!

Keep in mind the following conditions:
I am using Outlook 2007.
I have 2 .pst's. Each .pst corresponds to a different email account. The
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