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pokeitwithastick

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So I've migrated our office to KMS 6.6.2.
I told our users to just copy their POP mail folders over to the the new IMAP accounts (everyone is using TBird). Previously the mail was downloaded to the users' workstations.
Some of our users (me included) have some messages that are being copied over and are dated way back to 1969.
I've re-indexed my folder to no avail.
When I looked in the message store the messages are all still there, but in the TBird window the messages are all blank sender, blank subject and are re-dated to 1969.
How do I fix this?

Thanks.
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LinuxLover

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Hi,

This is strange problem. How does the message show in webmail? Does it also show old date ? What about the .eml source / The source / Headers .

Maybe it is a problem with Thunder-Bird ??? Have you tried a different email client such as outlook for example just to see if the problem exist?

Thank you

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pokeitwithastick

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The message appears in webmail with the wrong date.
I use both web mail and T-bird.
when I open the message .eml file in the store folder it looks fine.
I've re-indexed the inbox also.
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