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  1.    #1  
    I just installed the trial of Snappermail and everything seems to work fine except for one problem. Every e-mail I send out is sent without a date or time attached to it. When I sent an e-mail to myself as a test, under date it said "None" so it sent the e-mail to the bottom of the list with all my old e-mail. Has anyone else had this problem or know how to fix it? Thanks.
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    Are your preferences configured correctly? Go into Options-> Preferences and check the timezone.
  3.    #3  
    Yeah, during the time setup, I set it up. When it sends the e-mail, it actually shows the time. But like I said, they actually get sent with no date or time attached.
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    in sm.

    Timezone offset?
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  5.    #5  
    Originally posted by Felipe
    in sm.

    Timezone offset?

    No, that didn't do it. I properly set it to -0500 GMT for EST.
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    Sounds like a possible issue with your mail server.
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  7.    #7  
    As far as my mail server goes, I don't have this problem when I use Eudora, only with SnapperMail. SnapperMail's features go far beyond Eudora in most respects, but if I can't send an e-mail to anyone without it not being given a date which causes it to go to the bottom of their inbox where they're likely not to see it, I can't use it.
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    Do you have another mail server you can at least test with? You could then determine whether or not it's your SnapperMail installation.

    If you don't, I think you can sign up for a free one-month trial of Mailshell ( without having to give a credit card. You could then use their SMTP server to test.


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