[Gambas-user] SMTP Date issue

Benoît Minisini g4mba5 at gmail.com
Wed Nov 29 14:05:37 CET 2017

Le 29/11/2017 à 09:06, Rolf-Werner Eilert a écrit :
> Am 28.11.2017 18:43, schrieb Josh:
>> I have working on a program to send emails to a list of vendors for 
>> quoting materials.
>> Sending the email works but the date that is enetered in the date 
>> field is of the email is yesterday.
>> So the emails so up in yesterdays mail......
>> I am using New York for my time zone and my regular email app and 
>> everything else works fine.
>> Gambas version 3.8.4  running on Lubuntu 16.04
>> Any suggestions appreciated.
>> Thanks
> Sounds like a time string handling problem, not so much a specific SMTP 
> one. Do you use the Gambas date/time functions?
> On New York time zone, you are 6 hours back to GMT, so the mail's date 
> might be set to the day before somewhere on its way from Gambas' SMTP 
> function through your Linux mailer down to your provider. Does your own 
> computer run a BIOS clock on GMT with the system set to locale?
> This is just a guess, maybe it's something completely different...
> Regards
> Rolf

The SmtpClient class sends the mail date in GMT. Can you show us the 
header of your mail and tell which date you expected?


Benoît Minisini

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