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Messages are giving an incorrect time and day

My xsa1255/xsa1255+1 tells me the wrong time for my messages that are recorded because I know my clients aren't up at 3am trying to make appointments with instruction book has no reference to the time at all. Could I get this rectified please.

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I would suggest reading page 33 and 34 of your manual again

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