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Date: Mon Oct 12 2009 - 07:13:09 CDT
On Sat, 10 Oct 2009 22:32:49 CDT, Rohit Patnaik said:
> Well, why are you relying on Thierry's clock to date your message?
> Your e-mail client should use your local clock/mail server clock to
> timestamp messages.
Hint: your e-mail client *can't* timestamp this message, because it has
no *clue* when I hit send on this message. Consider that you can't even
trust the timestamp on the first Received: header, because I could very
well have composed the mail and hit send while offline, and it got posted
to a server once I had network connectivity again.
The sending MUA is responsible for this, but often an end-user MUA will fail
to add a Date: header and the fixup is done at the first mail server,
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