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Re: Sendmail



edit /etc/sendmail.cf and search for time zone handling and specifically
TimeZoneSpec= which will give some hints. If it's set there, then it may be
wrong.

Also, run setup as root and check the timezone setting there.

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On Tue, 2 Jul 2002, Gone Crazy wrote:

>I'm having a slight issue that I wonder if anyone can point me in the
>right direction to solve.  Seems that when you type in date it gives you
>the correct date and time, but sendmail messages are coming tagged 6
>hours off of gmt when they should be 7.  so can somebody tell me which
>file sets the gmt offset on the system?
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