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Msn e-mail time settings.

The time on my computer and time zone is right, but when I send an e-mail or reply to one it shows that I did this an hour later than I actually sent it. Can you help? Thanks.

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  • Frank
    Frank May 11, 2010

    are you using MSN e-mail??

    if so, please find out where the MSN e-mail server is. it may be in a different time zone than where you are.

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