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'[OT] Time stamps in headers - please check yours!'
> Hi there,
Hi there, could you please check your clock setting? It seems to be somewhat
"ahead of time". I nowadays get my PICLIST mail into a separate folder, as
sorted by procmail, and the mailer is setup to sort them by date. In your
header, the date is "Sun, 20 Jun 1999 14:32:11 -0700" which is 21:32 UTC;
now at the moment I'm reading the message, it is Sunday, 09:22 UTC.
So your messages stay a _long_ time at the "top" of the folder.
Sam Laur wrote:
> Hi there, could you please check your clock setting? It seems to be
> somewhat "ahead of time".
I wonder to whom you thought you were writing?
Anyway, *as long as* you have your "SET TZ=" parameter in AUTOEXEC.BAT
correctly set, then http://www.bldrdoc.gov/timefreq/service/nts.htm has
a little piece of software you want.
In a message dated 6/20/99 3:03:08 AM Pacific Daylight Time,
midcoast.com.au writes: paulb
> Anyway, *as long as* you have your "SET TZ=" parameter in AUTOEXEC.BAT
> correctly set, then http://www.bldrdoc.gov/timefreq/service/nts.htm has
> a little piece of software you want.
...and as long as you're using Win9x, there's no need for autoexec.bat, not
needed. I know what I said will kill the thread, I seem to specialize in
killing threads now =(
Tim Hamel wrote:
> ...and as long as you're using Win9x, there's no need for
> autoexec.bat, not needed.
OK, well can you explain why on Windoze 95/ 98 machines where the Time
Zone is correctly set in the Date/ Time Properties but the TZ
environment variable is *not* set in AUTOEXEC.BAT, the NIST client
cannot determine the Time Zone, but as soon as the system is rebooted
with the *correct* environment variable in AUTOEXEC.BAT, it works?
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