[Mailman-Users] Digests sent out with wrong timestamp
brad at stop.mail-abuse.org
Sun Feb 6 19:23:26 CET 2005
At 11:35 AM +0100 2005-02-06, Torsten Ehlers wrote:
> When I tell Mailman to receive my mails from a list in a daily digest
> I receive this digest but the header of the digest mail does not contain
> a Date line, i.e. the Mails are shown in my mail client with the date
> January 1st 1970. How can this be fixed?
Mailman 2.1.5 does not include a Date: header on the messages it
sends out. Since this header is required by the SMTP RFCs, it is up
to the MTA to put an appropriate Date: header onto the outgoing
message. The server for your MTA must have an incorrectly set clock.
I suggest that you have that machine configured to run "ntpd",
suitably configured. There's some information at
<http://ntp.isc.org/bin/view/Support/WebHome> to help you get this
Brad Knowles, <brad at stop.mail-abuse.org>
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