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    Dates in Outlook (OL 2003 and <)

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    I see some discrepancies in the dates I see in Outlook.

    For example:

    In my In Box a message has a date and time of 6/14/2004 5:31 PM

    But in the message itself, in the upper-right hand corner of the message window, the date is 6/14/2004 5:26 PM

    And when I capture the .CreationTime and the .LastModificationTime I get 6/20/2004 1:18:26 PM and 6/20/2004 1:18:36 PM.

    So clearly the .CreationTime and the .LastModificationTime are times of when the message was actually downloaded from the server, but why the discrepancy of the other dates?

    How does one capture these dates?

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    Re: Dates in Outlook (OL 2003 and <)

    Received = time received by your mail server, according to its clock

    Sent = time embedded in the message by the sender's computer, according to its clock

    Difference = dark matter that physicists cannot yet explain

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