Don't forget that any of the header lines can easily be forged.
The only ones you can be sure of are the ones which show the connection
to your local mail server and the lines above it. All of the lines
below that connection entry could have been set to any value
whatesoever. And only you know if your local mali server can be
trusted....

Selden
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Tim wrote
> Does someone know what would cause the time difference between the
> "Received:" and "Date:" headers for locally sent email? The "Received:"
> header shows a time of 40 minutes after the "Date:" time.


> Thanks,


> Tim