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Well now taking about the Post wanted I wanted to get to everybody's notice here.
Google really has some problem with dates.
First they where talking about 31st Dec 1969. I hope most of the people here know about that.
Check it over here [webmasterworld.com...]
Now they are on making news again for Jan 1 1970Date: Jan 1, 1970 12:56 PM
Subject: Re: Quotation
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What does this means and this is the second time I m noticing this and now I got in to action to make it a post. If others have ever noticed this before.
Well this needs to be taken care now...
If I understand your post you are saying that the dates & times in your incoming e-mails are wrong.
This is a direct result of what you have your computer set at.
Double click the time in your lower tool bar and re-set your computer clock to the right date and time.
This should solve your problem.
If I have misunderstood your post - sorry!
You understood correctly that the time & Date in the incoming mails are wrong and this doesn't happen everytime. It happened to me twice now.
But I can assure you that the date & time from system are not taken. Even i had the same doubt but when I actually changed the date and time of my system and sent the message from one Gmail id to another the time & date was correct what it should be and not the date & time what i wantedly changed to check this error.
So I am sure that is not the problem.
That is coming from Google Mail Server what they use for Gmail. But there is some problem with dates and Google.