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When I use the mail function the message takes one hour to arrive. I
found that if I turn my clock forward one hour (to match the time on the
server) the message arrives quickly. The server is located in a
different time zone, actually one hour different. So it seems like, if
the time zone of the server and the time zone of the client are
different there is a wait period. Anyone know how to get around this?

Jul 16 '05 #1
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Whilst lounging around on Mon, 30 Jun 2003 13:02:15 -0700, "aquilo at" <"aquilo at"> amazingly managed to produce
the following with their Etch-A-Sketch:
When I use the mail function the message takes one hour to arrive.

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Why are you reposting this!? And multiposting at that!!

This'll be the last I see anyway =)



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