People in our company have been emailing a person with an AOL email address (let's say
The first problem was that the emails were taking hours to arrive. This isn't a big deal.
However, what we've also found is that the emails are arriving with a wildly inaccurate
sent time included.
For example, if I send an email from
firstname.lastname@example.org (both of us being in the UK) at 16:00, when Bob eventually gets the email and replies to it, the email body it says my email was sent at 07:45. The inaccuracy is not even a specific number of hours.
I did wonder if Bob's date and time settings in Windows were wrong (as detailed in AOL help), but surely that would not affect a time flag set on sending?
I'd be grateful for any pointers please (as Bob is not a happy person).