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Outlook 2010 Navigation Pane Date Stamp

Discussion in 'Business Applications' started by are1, Dec 16, 2012.

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  1. are1

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    10 - 20% of incoming emails get a WRONG Received date stamp in the navigation pane. On 15 Dec 2012 some emails got '25/01/2000', on 16 Dec 2012 some were stamped 26/01/2000 and a few hours later in the day '27/01/2000'. The emails originate from different senders including one from management software in this computer. That software sent me 5 emails at much the same time, four of which were stamped correctly but one '27/01/2000'.

    Most emails are date/time stamped correctly but those stamped wrongly end up right at the bottom of the chronological list in the Navigation pane because of the old date. They are easily unnoticed.

    The 'sent' date/time stamp in the email header always seems correct.

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    check time & date on your computer
     
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    Hi dvk01, Time & date on computer are correct. The problem is intermittent.
     
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