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Above are partial headers from a test message sent by swaks. Seems that the
VM receiving mail had the right daylight savings configuration while the
system running swaks had the right date but gave the wrong timezone (thus
triggering an alert for mail taking an hour to deliver).
Any ideas for why swaks would do this?
I'm setting up a VM to test swaks as mentioned in my previous message.
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