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Send Mail - timestamp is 1 hour ahead of get (hosttimestamp)

Question asked by user16545 on Sep 4, 2015
Latest reply on Sep 4, 2015 by user16545

Hi all,


we use the Send mail script step to send mail messages by the SMTP server on our Windows 2012 server.


Filemaker automatically adds a sent time indication in the header of these mail-messages.
The time which Filemaker adds is 1 hour ahead of the real time.

We include a get (hosttimestamp) in the message body.
That timestamp is the correct time.

The Windows 2012 server and the desktop clients also have the correct time.


So, where does Filemaker get this false 'sent time' indication from?
Or, where can we correct the time that Filemaker adds in message headers?