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heze54

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Hi,

I try to send a mail using commands. It works fine but, when I try to read the sended mail, this date and time is shown..:

01/01/70 01:00


Why?

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sedell

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I assume you mean issuing commands from a program or directly via telnet. A date like that can happen if you forget to specify the message date. Especially with a client like that doesn't store the date the message was received from the mail server by the client. I've seen Thunderbird do this when used as a POP3 client. Look in the headers of the message, does it have a Date: header?

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Hi,...



I'm using commands by telnet ... the mail client is mozilla suite or outlook 2003 with the latest service pack.

How can I put or include date and time?
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It's got to be part of the body. After the DATA command, the first lines should be the headers in 'header: value' format, followed by a blank line before starting the body text of the message.

Via telnet, right after the DATA command, you could issue a line something like "Date: Thu, 3 Aug 2006 10:08:50 -0400". Any other headers like Subject, To, From, Message-ID should go here as well, each on it's own line. Then issue a blank line before starting the text for the body.

Scott
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