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# 68235 17-Sep-2010 11:10
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How is the Timestamp on Forum Messages derived.
It seems to be 22 hours behind NZ Local time.
I would have thought being geekzone.co.nz it would be NZST or at least UTC?

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  # 381143 17-Sep-2010 11:17
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Check the timezone you've got configured in _your_ profile. Timestamps look fine to me.




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  # 381164 17-Sep-2010 11:40
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Thanks for that.
Must have missed it when setting up my profile.
Updated and now all OK except about 2 minutes out now.
Just updated PC clock from Internet too.

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  # 381256 17-Sep-2010 13:34
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It picks up your timezone from your profile, not the time at-large. The time is based on the servers internal clock.




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  # 381257 17-Sep-2010 13:36
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BlakJak: It picks up your timezone from your profile, not the time at-large. The time is based on the servers internal clock.


And all our servers are using the Internet NZ-supplied time servers at http://ntp.net.nz/







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