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    Default [SOLVED] Sent/Received-Column in Mail

    Hi all!

    In the mail-tab is a column called "received". The time/date that is shown, is the time/date when I load the mails from the server into my zimbra-account. If I m a week offline and load all the mails when I m back, so the time-stamps of all the mails are the same. Thats not what I need.

    Is it possible to change the "received-column" into a "sent-column"? And if yes, what have I to do?

    If this is an often asked topic, perhaps someone can give me some keyword-hints to search for? I assume, I ve used the wrong words ...

    Thanks for your help!
    Tim

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    Quote Originally Posted by t.i.m View Post
    Hi all!

    In the mail-tab is a column called "received". The time/date that is shown, is the time/date when I load the mails from the server into my zimbra-account.
    What do you mean by the highlighted statement?

    Quote Originally Posted by t.i.m View Post
    If I m a week offline and load all the mails when I m back, so the time-stamps of all the mails are the same. Thats not what I need.
    The Received time is the time the mail is received at the ZImbra server, however it gets there.

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    Is it possible to change the "received-column" into a "sent-column"? And if yes, what have I to do?
    It's not.
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    Bill


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    Hi Bill!

    Thanks for your answer! Yes, the highlighted statement is imprecise. It means: I ve a local server with no public ip and I load the mails from external pop3s. Cause until now I ve not installed the PollingIntervall so I ve to press the button "receive mails" and than all the mails are loaded (and received) in this same moment.

    Do I understand it right: the time-stamp "received" is the time the zimbra-smtp server receives the mail from the sending-smtp (yahoo.com, etc.) - independent if an user is logged into its account?

    Tim

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    Quote Originally Posted by t.i.m View Post
    Do I understand it right: the time-stamp "received" is the time the zimbra-smtp server receives the mail from the sending-smtp (yahoo.com, etc.) - independent if an user is logged into its account?
    Yes, that's correct. Whether the user is logged in, or not, has nothing to do with when the mail arrives at the mail server.
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    All right! Thank you!!

    Tim

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