[Dovecot] Index file (date timestamp) issue on OS X 10.6.2 Server
darren at 8thplanet.net
Fri Nov 13 22:49:36 EET 2009
OS X 10.6 Server uses Postfix and Dovecot so no PHP that I'm aware of - but thanks for the thought!
I'm wondering if Apple have "enhanced" Dovecot for XSAN clustering/integration? I know that there are several parameters in the dovecot.conf file (mail file locations, index status) that are overridden by other Apple files.
On 13 Nov 2009, at 20:23, Bruce Bodger wrote:
> On Nov 13, 2009, at 2:15 PM, Darren Latter wrote:
>> Volumes of emails arriving - hits either server, some will be correctly received with date/time, others time stamped with 8 July 2037, 23:53
>> Same server could give either the correct or the 2037 timestamp.
> It's a long shot, but are the emails that contain the errant date/time stamp being created by any php mail routine? We ask because we've seen similar issues with dates from a PEAR/Date library that's not php v5.3 compliant.
> B. Bodger
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