Outlook date
Thread poster: Anu Mukharji-Gorski

Anu Mukharji-Gorski  Identity Verified
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May 7, 2003

Emails sent from my Outlook have been showing the wrong date (2000) for a couple of days now. Does anyone have an idea why this happened and how I can fix it.




AmiHH  Identity Verified
Local time: 21:56
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German to English
Try checking your time zone and computer clock May 7, 2003


Try clicking on your time on the lower right hand corner of the screen and checking the time zone. This might help.

If it\'s any consolation, I am having a similar problem with Outlook. My time zone settings are correct, but when I send and receive e-mails, the time is displayed as one hour earlier than it really is. I don\'t know what the problem is. We use Exchange Server, and I seem to be the only one with this problem. The same e-mails in a central and jointly used mailbox display the correct time on other colleagues\' computers.

I\'ll be sure to follow this thread.



Ralf Lemster  Identity Verified
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System date? May 7, 2003

AFAIK MS Outlook (which version, and under which OS?) uses the system date and time - check your current system settings.

HTH, Ralf


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