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Re: Date in mail headers

On 8859 xxx 2001, Orn E. Hansen wrote:

> On 02-Sep-97 Jason Gunthorpe wrote:
> >
> >Orn, your mailer is formatting dates in a way that pine doesn't understand

> HReceived: (from oehansen@localhost)
>         by oehansen.pp.se (8.8.7/8.8.7/Debian/GNU) id TAA11866;
>         Wed, 3 Sep 1997 19:15:50 +0200
>   And the date field...
> HDate: =?iso-8859-1?Q?Mi=F0,?= 03 Sep 1997 19:14:09 +0200 (CET DST)

I noticed that, why is your mailer putting such an unusual date, is that
specified in the various mail RFCs?

>   Your mailer is probably choking on the quoted printables... and most
> likely trying to decypher the date.  I think it should decypher the date
> in 'Received', rather than in 'Date' ??

Hm, interesting thought.. Right now it does sort by the Date: line which
is quite nice, it puts all the messages in thread order, unless people
have mis-set clocks ;> Sorting by the recived line would likely be the
same as not sorting at all though.


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