[ut3] Message dates are messed up

Ondřej Hošek ondra.hosek at gmail.com
Wed Oct 17 14:12:26 EDT 2007

Please also make sure your time zone settings are configured correctly 
and your mail client is using them (this is commonly the case and not a 
configurable option, though).

This is mainly for the US people whose idiot government, instead of 
getting rid of not-useful-anymore DST altogether, simply moved the 
timeshift to make life living hell for sysadmins just about everywhere. 
(Okay, all governments are idiotic, but in the scope of this e-mail, 
Congress -- and other, more obscure DST-shifters -- rates worst.)

~~ Ondra

On 17.10.07 19:24 Uhr, Tom Rivers wrote:
> Hi guys,
> I've been reading the posts to this list and for some reason they 
> aren't coming in chronological order.  For example, I'll see a message 
> come through and then a reply to it dated hours earlier!  That can 
> make it a bit difficult to follow conversations to say the least.
> I wrote this as a "heads-up" for people to check to be sure they have 
> their system date and time set correctly.  Thanks!
> Tom

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