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  #1  
Old October 30th 09, 05:01 PM posted to microsoft.public.windows.inetexplorer.ie6_outlookexpress,microsoft.public.windowsxp.help_and_support
Brad[_4_]
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Default Time Stamp problem on Incoming and Outgoing emails

For some reason the Timestamp on my emails is off by one hour. When I
receive an email at 9am for example, it appears in my Inbox as 8am.A similar
but opposite problem appears on my emails received by my friends ... they
are showing it as being received one hour later.

My clock shows the correct Time and Time Zone, with and without box checked
for 'Automatically adjust clock for daylight saving changes'. The problem
was first noticed with the box checked.

One problem within the Date and Time Properties option (in Control Panel) is
that the 'Automatically synchronize with an Internet time server' does not
work properly once Update Now button is hit. With time.windows.com I get the
following message ' An error occurred while windows was synchronizing with
time.windows.com. The time sample was rejected because : The peer's stratum
is less than the host's stratum. With time.nist.com, when it's successful, I
get the wrong time displayed even when the message states the correct time
(The time has been successfully synchronized with time.nist.gov ... ).

I'm in the EST time zone (Toronto, Canada).

Any help would be appreciated, thanks in advance.


  #2  
Old October 30th 09, 04:12 PM posted to microsoft.public.windows.inetexplorer.ie6_outlookexpress,microsoft.public.windowsxp.help_and_support
Bruce Hagen
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Posts: 10,210
Default Time Stamp problem on Incoming and Outgoing emails

Check your Time Zone setting. This post shows one hour in the future. If it
isn't your time zone setting, it's your ISP's.
--

Bruce Hagen
MS-MVP [Mail]
Imperial Beach, CA


"Brad" wrote in message
...
For some reason the Timestamp on my emails is off by one hour. When I
receive an email at 9am for example, it appears in my Inbox as 8am.A
similar
but opposite problem appears on my emails received by my friends ... they
are showing it as being received one hour later.

My clock shows the correct Time and Time Zone, with and without box
checked
for 'Automatically adjust clock for daylight saving changes'. The problem
was first noticed with the box checked.

One problem within the Date and Time Properties option (in Control Panel)
is
that the 'Automatically synchronize with an Internet time server' does not
work properly once Update Now button is hit. With time.windows.com I get
the
following message ' An error occurred while windows was synchronizing with
time.windows.com. The time sample was rejected because : The peer's
stratum
is less than the host's stratum. With time.nist.com, when it's successful,
I
get the wrong time displayed even when the message states the correct time
(The time has been successfully synchronized with time.nist.gov ... ).

I'm in the EST time zone (Toronto, Canada).

Any help would be appreciated, thanks in advance.



  #3  
Old October 30th 09, 05:31 PM posted to microsoft.public.windows.inetexplorer.ie6_outlookexpress,microsoft.public.windowsxp.help_and_support
Brad[_4_]
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Default Time Stamp problem on Incoming and Outgoing emails

It's set at (GMT-5:00)Eastern Time (US and Canada) which seems correct to me
based upon the choices. Only problem with your suggestion is that I'm
exchanging emails with someone using the same ISP, so it would seem logical
to me that the problem should not appear with her (it's my fuzzy logic, and
it could be wrong).

Thanks for the suggestion Bruce, I'll call my ISP


"Bruce Hagen" wrote in message
...
Check your Time Zone setting. This post shows one hour in the future. If
it isn't your time zone setting, it's your ISP's.
--

Bruce Hagen
MS-MVP [Mail]
Imperial Beach, CA


"Brad" wrote in message
...
For some reason the Timestamp on my emails is off by one hour. When I
receive an email at 9am for example, it appears in my Inbox as 8am.A
similar
but opposite problem appears on my emails received by my friends ... they
are showing it as being received one hour later.

My clock shows the correct Time and Time Zone, with and without box
checked
for 'Automatically adjust clock for daylight saving changes'. The problem
was first noticed with the box checked.

One problem within the Date and Time Properties option (in Control Panel)
is
that the 'Automatically synchronize with an Internet time server' does
not
work properly once Update Now button is hit. With time.windows.com I get
the
following message ' An error occurred while windows was synchronizing
with
time.windows.com. The time sample was rejected because : The peer's
stratum
is less than the host's stratum. With time.nist.com, when it's
successful, I
get the wrong time displayed even when the message states the correct
time
(The time has been successfully synchronized with time.nist.gov ... ).

I'm in the EST time zone (Toronto, Canada).

Any help would be appreciated, thanks in advance.





  #4  
Old October 30th 09, 04:41 PM posted to microsoft.public.windows.inetexplorer.ie6_outlookexpress,microsoft.public.windowsxp.help_and_support
Bruce Hagen
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Posts: 10,210
Default Time Stamp problem on Incoming and Outgoing emails

OT: Your XP machine is in dire need of patches. Please visit Windows Updates
ASAP. You might be missing the update that adjusts for Daylight Saving Time
as well as a lot of critical ones.
--

Bruce Hagen
MS-MVP [Mail]
Imperial Beach, CA


"Brad" wrote in message
...
It's set at (GMT-5:00)Eastern Time (US and Canada) which seems correct to
me based upon the choices. Only problem with your suggestion is that I'm
exchanging emails with someone using the same ISP, so it would seem
logical to me that the problem should not appear with her (it's my fuzzy
logic, and it could be wrong).

Thanks for the suggestion Bruce, I'll call my ISP


"Bruce Hagen" wrote in message
...
Check your Time Zone setting. This post shows one hour in the future. If
it isn't your time zone setting, it's your ISP's.
--

Bruce Hagen
MS-MVP [Mail]
Imperial Beach, CA


"Brad" wrote in message
...
For some reason the Timestamp on my emails is off by one hour. When I
receive an email at 9am for example, it appears in my Inbox as 8am.A
similar
but opposite problem appears on my emails received by my friends ...
they
are showing it as being received one hour later.

My clock shows the correct Time and Time Zone, with and without box
checked
for 'Automatically adjust clock for daylight saving changes'. The
problem
was first noticed with the box checked.

One problem within the Date and Time Properties option (in Control
Panel) is
that the 'Automatically synchronize with an Internet time server' does
not
work properly once Update Now button is hit. With time.windows.com I get
the
following message ' An error occurred while windows was synchronizing
with
time.windows.com. The time sample was rejected because : The peer's
stratum
is less than the host's stratum. With time.nist.com, when it's
successful, I
get the wrong time displayed even when the message states the correct
time
(The time has been successfully synchronized with time.nist.gov ... ).

I'm in the EST time zone (Toronto, Canada).

Any help would be appreciated, thanks in advance.






  #5  
Old October 30th 09, 04:47 PM posted to microsoft.public.windows.inetexplorer.ie6_outlookexpress,microsoft.public.windowsxp.help_and_support
Rich/rerat
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Posts: 134
Default Time Stamp problem on Incoming and Outgoing emails

Brad,
Remember this weekend is the end of Daylights Savings Time, so some ISP/Mail
server may have jump the gun, and made the changes to their system already.

--
Add MS to your News Reader: news://msnews.microsoft.com
Rich/rerat
(RRR News) message rule
Previous Text Snipped to Save Bandwidth When Appropriate


"Brad" wrote in message
...
It's set at (GMT-5:00)Eastern Time (US and Canada) which seems correct to me
based upon the choices. Only problem with your suggestion is that I'm
exchanging emails with someone using the same ISP, so it would seem logical
to me that the problem should not appear with her (it's my fuzzy logic, and
it could be wrong).

Thanks for the suggestion Bruce, I'll call my ISP


"Bruce Hagen" wrote in message
...
Check your Time Zone setting. This post shows one hour in the future. If
it isn't your time zone setting, it's your ISP's.
--

Bruce Hagen
MS-MVP [Mail]
Imperial Beach, CA


"Brad" wrote in message
...
For some reason the Timestamp on my emails is off by one hour. When I
receive an email at 9am for example, it appears in my Inbox as 8am.A
similar
but opposite problem appears on my emails received by my friends ... they
are showing it as being received one hour later.

My clock shows the correct Time and Time Zone, with and without box
checked
for 'Automatically adjust clock for daylight saving changes'. The problem
was first noticed with the box checked.

One problem within the Date and Time Properties option (in Control Panel)
is
that the 'Automatically synchronize with an Internet time server' does
not
work properly once Update Now button is hit. With time.windows.com I get
the
following message ' An error occurred while windows was synchronizing
with
time.windows.com. The time sample was rejected because : The peer's
stratum
is less than the host's stratum. With time.nist.com, when it's
successful, I
get the wrong time displayed even when the message states the correct
time
(The time has been successfully synchronized with time.nist.gov ... ).

I'm in the EST time zone (Toronto, Canada).

Any help would be appreciated, thanks in advance.






  #6  
Old October 30th 09, 05:42 PM posted to microsoft.public.windows.inetexplorer.ie6_outlookexpress
Dori A Schmetterling
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Posts: 220
Default Time Stamp problem on Incoming and Outgoing emails

That might be a clue, since EST will be on GMT - 4 h until North American
clocks go back.

Brad said his clock is set at GMT - 5 h.

FYI Europe switched last weekend.

DAS

To send an e-mail directly replace "spam" with "schmetterling"
---
"Rich/rerat" wrote in message
...
Brad,
Remember this weekend is the end of Daylights Savings Time, so some
ISP/Mail
server may have jump the gun, and made the changes to their system
already.

--
Add MS to your News Reader: news://msnews.microsoft.com
Rich/rerat
(RRR News) message rule
Previous Text Snipped to Save Bandwidth When Appropriate


"Brad" wrote in message
...
It's set at (GMT-5:00)Eastern Time (US and Canada) which seems correct to
me
based upon the choices. Only problem with your suggestion is that I'm
exchanging emails with someone using the same ISP, so it would seem
logical
to me that the problem should not appear with her (it's my fuzzy logic,
and
it could be wrong).

Thanks for the suggestion Bruce, I'll call my ISP


"Bruce Hagen" wrote in message
...
Check your Time Zone setting. This post shows one hour in the future. If
it isn't your time zone setting, it's your ISP's.
--

Bruce Hagen
MS-MVP [Mail]
Imperial Beach, CA


"Brad" wrote in message
...
For some reason the Timestamp on my emails is off by one hour. When I
receive an email at 9am for example, it appears in my Inbox as 8am.A
similar
but opposite problem appears on my emails received by my friends ...
they
are showing it as being received one hour later.

My clock shows the correct Time and Time Zone, with and without box
checked
for 'Automatically adjust clock for daylight saving changes'. The
problem
was first noticed with the box checked.

One problem within the Date and Time Properties option (in Control
Panel)
is
that the 'Automatically synchronize with an Internet time server' does
not
work properly once Update Now button is hit. With time.windows.com I get
the
following message ' An error occurred while windows was synchronizing
with
time.windows.com. The time sample was rejected because : The peer's
stratum
is less than the host's stratum. With time.nist.com, when it's
successful, I
get the wrong time displayed even when the message states the correct
time
(The time has been successfully synchronized with time.nist.gov ... ).

I'm in the EST time zone (Toronto, Canada).

Any help would be appreciated, thanks in advance.









  #7  
Old October 30th 09, 05:42 PM posted to microsoft.public.windows.inetexplorer.ie6_outlookexpress
Dori A Schmetterling
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Posts: 220
Default Time Stamp problem on Incoming and Outgoing emails

That might be a clue, since EST will be on GMT - 4 h until North American
clocks go back.

Brad said his clock is set at GMT - 5 h.

FYI Europe switched last weekend.

DAS

To send an e-mail directly replace "spam" with "schmetterling"
---
"Rich/rerat" wrote in message
...
Brad,
Remember this weekend is the end of Daylights Savings Time, so some
ISP/Mail
server may have jump the gun, and made the changes to their system
already.

--
Add MS to your News Reader: news://msnews.microsoft.com
Rich/rerat
(RRR News) message rule
Previous Text Snipped to Save Bandwidth When Appropriate


"Brad" wrote in message
...
It's set at (GMT-5:00)Eastern Time (US and Canada) which seems correct to
me
based upon the choices. Only problem with your suggestion is that I'm
exchanging emails with someone using the same ISP, so it would seem
logical
to me that the problem should not appear with her (it's my fuzzy logic,
and
it could be wrong).

Thanks for the suggestion Bruce, I'll call my ISP


"Bruce Hagen" wrote in message
...
Check your Time Zone setting. This post shows one hour in the future. If
it isn't your time zone setting, it's your ISP's.
--

Bruce Hagen
MS-MVP [Mail]
Imperial Beach, CA


"Brad" wrote in message
...
For some reason the Timestamp on my emails is off by one hour. When I
receive an email at 9am for example, it appears in my Inbox as 8am.A
similar
but opposite problem appears on my emails received by my friends ...
they
are showing it as being received one hour later.

My clock shows the correct Time and Time Zone, with and without box
checked
for 'Automatically adjust clock for daylight saving changes'. The
problem
was first noticed with the box checked.

One problem within the Date and Time Properties option (in Control
Panel)
is
that the 'Automatically synchronize with an Internet time server' does
not
work properly once Update Now button is hit. With time.windows.com I get
the
following message ' An error occurred while windows was synchronizing
with
time.windows.com. The time sample was rejected because : The peer's
stratum
is less than the host's stratum. With time.nist.com, when it's
successful, I
get the wrong time displayed even when the message states the correct
time
(The time has been successfully synchronized with time.nist.gov ... ).

I'm in the EST time zone (Toronto, Canada).

Any help would be appreciated, thanks in advance.









  #8  
Old October 30th 09, 05:53 PM posted to microsoft.public.windows.inetexplorer.ie6_outlookexpress,microsoft.public.windowsxp.help_and_support
DL[_2_]
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Posts: 874
Default Time Stamp problem on Incoming and Outgoing emails

I seem to recall that ms released an update some considerable time ago for
this.
Is your version of Win updated?

"Brad" wrote in message
...
It's set at (GMT-5:00)Eastern Time (US and Canada) which seems correct to
me based upon the choices. Only problem with your suggestion is that I'm
exchanging emails with someone using the same ISP, so it would seem
logical to me that the problem should not appear with her (it's my fuzzy
logic, and it could be wrong).

Thanks for the suggestion Bruce, I'll call my ISP


"Bruce Hagen" wrote in message
...
Check your Time Zone setting. This post shows one hour in the future. If
it isn't your time zone setting, it's your ISP's.
--

Bruce Hagen
MS-MVP [Mail]
Imperial Beach, CA


"Brad" wrote in message
...
For some reason the Timestamp on my emails is off by one hour. When I
receive an email at 9am for example, it appears in my Inbox as 8am.A
similar
but opposite problem appears on my emails received by my friends ...
they
are showing it as being received one hour later.

My clock shows the correct Time and Time Zone, with and without box
checked
for 'Automatically adjust clock for daylight saving changes'. The
problem
was first noticed with the box checked.

One problem within the Date and Time Properties option (in Control
Panel) is
that the 'Automatically synchronize with an Internet time server' does
not
work properly once Update Now button is hit. With time.windows.com I get
the
following message ' An error occurred while windows was synchronizing
with
time.windows.com. The time sample was rejected because : The peer's
stratum
is less than the host's stratum. With time.nist.com, when it's
successful, I
get the wrong time displayed even when the message states the correct
time
(The time has been successfully synchronized with time.nist.gov ... ).

I'm in the EST time zone (Toronto, Canada).

Any help would be appreciated, thanks in advance.







  #9  
Old October 31st 09, 01:34 AM posted to microsoft.public.windows.inetexplorer.ie6_outlookexpress,microsoft.public.windowsxp.help_and_support
PA Bear [MS MVP]
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Posts: 3,647
Default Time Stamp problem on Incoming and Outgoing emails

It's still Eastern Daylight Time (UTC -4:00) until 02:00 on 01 Nov-09.

Check-in at Windows Update ASAP!


Brad wrote:
It's set at (GMT-5:00)Eastern Time (US and Canada) which seems correct to
me
based upon the choices. Only problem with your suggestion is that I'm
exchanging emails with someone using the same ISP, so it would seem
logical
to me that the problem should not appear with her (it's my fuzzy logic,
and
it could be wrong).

Thanks for the suggestion Bruce, I'll call my ISP


"Bruce Hagen" wrote in message
...
Check your Time Zone setting. This post shows one hour in the future. If
it isn't your time zone setting, it's your ISP's.
--

Bruce Hagen
MS-MVP [Mail]
Imperial Beach, CA


"Brad" wrote in message
...
For some reason the Timestamp on my emails is off by one hour. When I
receive an email at 9am for example, it appears in my Inbox as 8am.A
similar
but opposite problem appears on my emails received by my friends ...
they
are showing it as being received one hour later.

My clock shows the correct Time and Time Zone, with and without box
checked
for 'Automatically adjust clock for daylight saving changes'. The
problem
was first noticed with the box checked.

One problem within the Date and Time Properties option (in Control
Panel)
is
that the 'Automatically synchronize with an Internet time server' does
not
work properly once Update Now button is hit. With time.windows.com I get
the
following message ' An error occurred while windows was synchronizing
with
time.windows.com. The time sample was rejected because : The peer's
stratum
is less than the host's stratum. With time.nist.com, when it's
successful, I
get the wrong time displayed even when the message states the correct
time
(The time has been successfully synchronized with time.nist.gov ... ).

I'm in the EST time zone (Toronto, Canada).

Any help would be appreciated, thanks in advance.


  #10  
Old October 30th 09, 04:41 PM posted to microsoft.public.windows.inetexplorer.ie6_outlookexpress,microsoft.public.windowsxp.help_and_support
Bruce Hagen
external usenet poster
 
Posts: 10,210
Default Time Stamp problem on Incoming and Outgoing emails

OT: Your XP machine is in dire need of patches. Please visit Windows Updates
ASAP. You might be missing the update that adjusts for Daylight Saving Time
as well as a lot of critical ones.
--

Bruce Hagen
MS-MVP [Mail]
Imperial Beach, CA


"Brad" wrote in message
...
It's set at (GMT-5:00)Eastern Time (US and Canada) which seems correct to
me based upon the choices. Only problem with your suggestion is that I'm
exchanging emails with someone using the same ISP, so it would seem
logical to me that the problem should not appear with her (it's my fuzzy
logic, and it could be wrong).

Thanks for the suggestion Bruce, I'll call my ISP


"Bruce Hagen" wrote in message
...
Check your Time Zone setting. This post shows one hour in the future. If
it isn't your time zone setting, it's your ISP's.
--

Bruce Hagen
MS-MVP [Mail]
Imperial Beach, CA


"Brad" wrote in message
...
For some reason the Timestamp on my emails is off by one hour. When I
receive an email at 9am for example, it appears in my Inbox as 8am.A
similar
but opposite problem appears on my emails received by my friends ...
they
are showing it as being received one hour later.

My clock shows the correct Time and Time Zone, with and without box
checked
for 'Automatically adjust clock for daylight saving changes'. The
problem
was first noticed with the box checked.

One problem within the Date and Time Properties option (in Control
Panel) is
that the 'Automatically synchronize with an Internet time server' does
not
work properly once Update Now button is hit. With time.windows.com I get
the
following message ' An error occurred while windows was synchronizing
with
time.windows.com. The time sample was rejected because : The peer's
stratum
is less than the host's stratum. With time.nist.com, when it's
successful, I
get the wrong time displayed even when the message states the correct
time
(The time has been successfully synchronized with time.nist.gov ... ).

I'm in the EST time zone (Toronto, Canada).

Any help would be appreciated, thanks in advance.






 




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