Good day all,
I have a strange issue with e-mails that are automaticly forwarded by a rule. In the receiver end (to whom the message is forwarded to) the "Sent:" time stamp in the orginal e-mail is one hour off back in time when the e-mail is opened. All the other time stamps (in the inbox etc. is correct, it's just in the body).
Look at this sample, I've sent a message at 09:04 to the account with the rule an in the receiver end, the e-mail look's like this when I open it:
From: Ulf Gåhlin
Sent: den 23 mars 2010 08:04:21
To: Ulf Gåhlin
Subject: Test 09:04
Test message sent 09:04
As you can see, the "Sent:" date in the original e-mail body says 08:04 instead of 09:04. If I now logon to the account with the rule active and force the rule to execute again, the correct time stamp appears in the e-mail body in the receiving end. Same thing if I manually forward the e-mail.
Exchange 2010 runs on a Windows 2008 R2 server with the timezone set to UTC +1. I've tried to change the time zone and the "Automatically adjust clock for Daylight Saving Time" but it appears that the problem isn't affected by this...
Anyone that has any ideas?