2003-Sep-25 00:42 UTC
[Dovecot] Re: Bug: Message time gets changed during move/copy
On Sat, 2003-09-13 at 13:10, Akhilesh Agarwal wrote:> SERVER > > * Redhat 9.0 stable (with all up2date updates installed) > * Sendmail-8.12.8-6.90 > * Dovecot 0.99.10 release> * On the workstation running Outlook Express, there should be > some existing messages in Local Folders. (example: message > downloaded from a POP3 server) > * Change the time zone of the workstation machine to non-GMT > time zone. In my case GMT +0530 (Indian Standard Time) > * Create a test IMAP account on the server > * Configure Outlook Express to connect to the IMAP account. > * Now select a message in the Local Folders and copy it to a > folder on the IMAP server. > * If you check the message time on the IMAP account, you will > find that +0530 hrs was added to the message time. (+0530 is > apparently the time zone of my workstation as configure above)Sorry for taking this long to reply, it always takes so much effort to turn on my Windows computer :) I cannot reproduce this. I have my server and workstation set to GMT+3 and copying message from Dovecot to OE6 local folder and back keeps the message date the same. Or actually it looks like IMAP -> local folder copies using the message's Date field rather than IMAP's INTERNALDATE which Received-field shows. I'm not sure if this could be Dovecot's or OE6's fault .. Has anyone else seen timestamps going wrong when copying?> Can anyone please confirm this and let me know, as I am not subscribed > to the list.It actually never made it to list because it was decided to be spam (mostly due to being HTML).