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Emails accross the international date line?
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Maybe it's just a Thunderbird issue. But if I email someone accross the international dateline (ie. New Zealand) their replies mysteriously disappear. Only thing I can figure is when they reply today their messages are dated tomorrow. The software buries these messages somewhere. I have had no luck figuring out where yet. If I catch the message right when it comes in fine. But I had better print and save it or later it simply disappears.

Anyone else experiencing anything like this?
 
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I suggest sending it the other way around the earth, thereby avoiding that pesky dateline.


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Spammers got to dating their solicitations at future dates so that they would show up at the top of your IN Box. I suspect your e-mail program has an option to throw all post-dated emails into SPAM. That's just my guess. Check your SPAM filters and SPAM Box.


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Posts: 8100 | Location: NW Arkansas | Registered: 09 July 2005Reply With Quote
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Originally posted by SGraves155:
Spammers got to dating their solicitations at future dates so that they would show up at the top of your IN Box. I suspect your e-mail program has an option to throw all post-dated emails into SPAM. That's just my guess. Check your SPAM filters and SPAM Box.


Thanks, I checked the filters no replies in there... yet.

I think you've got a very valid point about SPAM filter interference. I didn't think about the date issue being a SPAM flag but it sure could be.

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USUALLY if the senders adress of an e-mail is an adress that's identical to an adress stored in your "adress book"
spam filters are automatically bypassed.

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