On Sun, 12 Feb 2006 19:22:21 -0700 Google Kreme <gkreme(_at_)gmail(_dot_)com>
On 12 Feb 2006, at 02:02 , Gerald V. Livingston II wrote:
In-Reply-To: "Eron Crites" <emcrites(_at_)msn(_dot_)tld>'s message of Sat,
Feb 2006 22:26:42 -0700
Date: Sat, 11 Feb 2006 21:47:47 -0700
Odd. How'd it move the message forward c. 40 minutes?
Well criminy. I didn't notice that. It must be using the time that the
WebTV user actually turns their box on and "recieves" the message.
That means there is no way to match the time on that IRT header to the
original message. Matching would have to be done using a Subject: header
match then making the IRT point to the LAST RECIEVED message from the email
address in the WebTV IRT header using that subject.
If anyone wants to have a look at the full headers they are at
http://phorce1.us/webtvhead.html. Domains munged to ".tld" as is my usual
practice. Ignore the lag time between delivery to sysmatrix.net and final
delivery to my home mail server. I pick up with fetchmail once every 15
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