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Wes Craven

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I cannot figure out how to set the time (or if I can at all), so I know exactly when a person has sent me an email. Time sent is always in military time, and always hours ahead of my actual time here on the west coast. Example below, my time is 9:29 AM the 30th, but as you can see this says 4:26 PM in military time, can I change this to read the actual time PST?
30 Jun 2005 16:26:55 -0000
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Howdy:

That is determined by the email server of the sender and I don't think you can change anything there!! Sorry!!

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In Control Panel>Date & Time are all the property settings correct?

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Wes Craven

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My settings are fine, and I did find out that it is determined by the server of the sender, The total is seven hours diff. So, I just have to subtract 4 hours from the time sent, as the east coast is three hours ahead.
Thanks for the reoplies, now I need to know how do I close this out?
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