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Time offset strangeness
- To: "email@example.com" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
- Subject: Time offset strangeness
- From: Sebastien Carpe <email@example.com>
- Date: Thu, 11 Mar 1999 10:27:01 +0100
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- Organization: Just see the mess on my office and find out i don't what 'Organization' means !!
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For some days, i've been experiencing a strange time leap in the date batch or
in my asclock. The hour given is 1 hour ahead the real date. The date in the
so-called is however correct "system tray". I've rebooted (on Windows like,
this often fixes things ;) ), but yet, it didn't help.
I suspect there is just something wrong in the cygwin code, may be about the
summer time and winter time leap... Is Cygwin accurate with this special
Any way, this is just annoying when i think it's time to leave office, but
there's one more hour, and it will be a real problem, when i'll end up using
Xemacs for mailing if my mails are not time stamped correctly. (for now, i'll
keep my way on with Communicator, until i can fix VM stamps to say my mails
have not been sent the 1st January of 1970 !! )
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