In the typical email setup when an end user views the date of an email, is that supplied by the sending server or the receiving server?
Every once in a while I'll get complaints that the date on an email originating from our servers is wrong (usually something like 1900, or 1969 indicating that it's just displaying a default date). All the dates on our system are correct and it definitely does not happen all the time. I've always just assumed the problem is with the receiving end.
Can anyone shed some light on what would cause this to happen?