future time-date stamp on emails on new sendmail box???
I work for a small isp and we have just got a new mailserver up and
operational running Debian 3.0 w/ sendmail + qpopper etc. The box is
handling the loads fine all but for one problem, any mail that passes
through the server, 1 out of 2 emails gets given a future time on it.
I can send myself an email at 10:00pm and there has been instance ill
check mail immediately and receive it back with the time 3:20am with the
next days date on it as well.
Localilty is set correctly to EST as we're located brisbane, australia.
Hardware / System time are both correct.
Having had a quick poke at tzconfig, its a bit of a concern that when i set
it to Brisbane, Australia i get the following.
Your default time zone is set to 'Australia/Brisbane'.
Local time is now: Sat Aug 17 01:58:12 EST 2002.
Universal Time is now: Fri Aug 16 15:58:12 UTC 2002.
When the local time is infact Fri Aug 16 10:59am
Any ideas im all ears ...
PO BOX 2081
Windsor QLD 4030, Australia
Phone : +617-3861-0882
Fax : +617-3861-0884
Web : http://www.cybersol.com.au