O, belly stlange!
Something somewhere between you and me likes fscking with your time
stamp, then. :) As I said, this is weird as I participaie in a number
of mailing lists where both Aussies and Kiwis post, and all other posts
are timestamped just fine. "One of those things", I'd say...
On Mon, 2004-02-23 at 04:29, Barry Murphy wrote:
> Well this isn't an issue on my side. All previous posts have been from home
> where I checked the date/time and the mailservers date time. This last post
> was from work (Telstra Clear) where even the windows workstations time sync
> and I'm using their smtp server.
> ----- Original Message -----
> From: "Hilton Travis" <Hilton at QuarkAV dot com>
> > Hi Barry,
> > On Mon, 2004-02-23 at 02:35, Barry Murphy wrote:
> > > No changes have been made to the system, I can ping it, and my internet
> > > access still works as this is the NAT box to my ISP.
> > > SNMP still works too as my bandwidth graphs are still workin.
> > >
> > > It's very strange.
> > ... as is the situation with your date appearing to me to be 12 hours
> > ahead of actual time. Anyone else seeing this? I only see this from
> > barry - no other users in here or on other mailing lists, and I have a
> > number of lists where NZers post regularly.
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