[Mailman-Users] incorrect archive time (daylight savings)
brad at stop.mail-abuse.org
Wed Jul 12 09:18:44 CEST 2006
At 12:00 AM -0500 2006-07-12, Chris McKeever wrote:
> When an email comes into the list and it gets archived, it is gettings
> timestamped as CDT as opposed to CST, which then causes the archive to
> be offset by that hour difference.
> Is this intended behaviour, or a fixable issue?
It all depends on where that "Date:" header is being added. If it's
coming from the sender's end, then there's probably not much you can
do to fix that, certainly not within Mailman (at least, not without
making some source code changes). If it's being added by your local
MTA, then you should fix the timezone settings on that machine.
But since RFC 822 and 2822 specify the "Date:" header as being
required for Internet messages, odds are pretty good that's coming
from the remote end.
Brad Knowles, <brad at stop.mail-abuse.org>
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