How do i correct time zone settings?


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aussieinquirer

The received column in my email inbox shows the wrong date and time. When I
try to set the Windows date and time, the zone setting for my location in
Australia(GMT+10) sets the date and time incorrectly. Only when I set it at
Pacific Time (US and Canada) does my clock show the the correct local time.
So my clock date and time shows correctly, but emails are received at a
different time. How do I fix?
 
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aussieinquirer

Fixed. Thank you. :)

Diane Poremsky said:
Set Windows to the correct time zone then correct the time.

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aussieinquirer said:
The received column in my email inbox shows the wrong date and time. When
I
try to set the Windows date and time, the zone setting for my location in
Australia(GMT+10) sets the date and time incorrectly. Only when I set it
at
Pacific Time (US and Canada) does my clock show the the correct local
time.
So my clock date and time shows correctly, but emails are received at a
different time. How do I fix?
 

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