I've had this same problem since I started using Exchange earlier
this year . It makes work very difficult when you depend on time
sensitive responses. I tried the switching of my time zone trick
from PST to GMT in Win95, but then only about a 1/3 of all messages came
out with the correct send and receive times. I keep both
send and receive times at the top of my columns so I can try to
decipher the "real" time that something was sent, but sometimes
I can't even tell from these two since it may read Sent at 8:48am and
Received at 8:44am when the actual time sent was 4:48pm....go figure!
Anyways, if anyone comes up with a real fix, let us all know.
BTW I'm running Exchange ver. 4.0.994.56
Sloan S. Venables
> I have the same problem only in Windows 95, and not in Windows NT 4.0. My POP3
> server is on Netcom. Anyone else have the same problem?
> >> has already subtracted 8 hours off the GMT time, Exchange subtracts
> >> another 8 hours. I have never been able to get anybody to officially