I have noticed that dates in format like
Date: Fri, 11 Apr 1997 12:49:24 -447926920 (JST)
are mishandled in MHonArc 2.0.1. On index page I have
Re: Here-Scripts in bash (fwd) (1) Chin Chee-Kai (11/11/63)
I am unsure -447926920 is legal, and if so, how to interpret it.
Normally, the first 2 digits are interpreted as the month, second 2 as
the minutes. As for the other digits, seconds? and milliseconds? I am
guessing neither since a "44" for hour makes no sense. It looks like a
Unix time, but how it is interpreted, I do not know. "447926920" would
make the message very old.
Should the sender (here Chin Chee-Kai) be notified, or should
MHonArc be properly configured? If the later, then how?
I had not tried MHonArc version 2.1 yet.
Maybe someone on the list can verify the legality of the
time offset. From my understanding of RFC 822, it is not