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Inbox time stamp shift

4 posts in iPhone Beta Last posting was on 2008-02-20 01:29:19.0Z
m.torosyan Posted on 2008-02-15 08:58:38.0Z
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Subject: Inbox time stamp shift
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Hi,

The iPhone inbox time stamp is wrong. This means a message
received in Lotus notes at AM 09.00 is on the device PM
05.00. Could be a issue with the Regional Settting?

Thanks Melkon


Johannes Alberti Posted on 2008-02-15 22:31:43.0Z
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Hello Melkon,

I verified this behavior and I think QA is able to reproduce
it.
You should rather use the issue submission form to report
this kind of problems ... there is a iPod Touch device you
can win.

But this shouldn't stop you from submitting issues also to
the newsgroup, as this way others will be aware of it.

Thanks,

Johannes

> Hi,
>
> The iPhone inbox time stamp is wrong. This means a message
> received in Lotus notes at AM 09.00 is on the device PM
> 05.00. Could be a issue with the Regional Settting?
>
> Thanks Melkon


m.torosyan Posted on 2008-02-18 07:49:57.0Z
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Good morning Johannes,

Same problem in the other way (backwards) is with iPhone
Corp Dir lookup . Last update from individual contact are 8
hours backward.

bye Melkon

> Hello Melkon,
>
> I verified this behavior and I think QA is able to
> reproduce it.
> You should rather use the issue submission form to report
> this kind of problems ... there is a iPod Touch device you
> can win.
>
> But this shouldn't stop you from submitting issues also to
> the newsgroup, as this way others will be aware of it.
>
> Thanks,
>
> Johannes
>
>
> > Hi,
> >
> > The iPhone inbox time stamp is wrong. This means a
> > message received in Lotus notes at AM 09.00 is on the
> > device PM 05.00. Could be a issue with the Regional
> Settting? >
> > Thanks Melkon


Johannes Alberti Posted on 2008-02-20 01:29:19.0Z
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Subject: Re: Inbox time stamp shift
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Hello Melkon,

thanks for bringing this to our attention. It was found the
client receives the timestamp from the server instead of
memorizing the device date/time.

Regards,

Johannes

> Good morning Johannes,
>
> Same problem in the other way (backwards) is with iPhone
> Corp Dir lookup . Last update from individual contact are
> 8 hours backward.
>
> bye Melkon
>
> > Hello Melkon,
> >
> > I verified this behavior and I think QA is able to
> > reproduce it.
> > You should rather use the issue submission form to
> > report this kind of problems ... there is a iPod Touch
> > device you can win.
> >
> > But this shouldn't stop you from submitting issues also
> > to the newsgroup, as this way others will be aware of
> it. >
> > Thanks,
> >
> > Johannes
> >
> >
> > > Hi,
> > >
> > > The iPhone inbox time stamp is wrong. This means a
> > > message received in Lotus notes at AM 09.00 is on the
> > > device PM 05.00. Could be a issue with the Regional
> > Settting? >
> > > Thanks Melkon