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  #271199 9-Nov-2009 09:56
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hah yeah thats what I thought, 1 month isn't long for a fault to be active, especially one as low as this.

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  #271201 9-Nov-2009 09:58
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Mine is still wrong, I have just this minute received a text with tim 10.57am.

 
 
 
 


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  #271221 9-Nov-2009 10:50
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What seems to work for me (at least on the Nokia 3120c) is if you turn automatic update off, set daylight savings to +0 (will be on 1 hour) and adjust time that should fix issue. Obviously an update would be ideal, but this should be a temporary fix.

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  #271228 9-Nov-2009 11:05
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I think it is unacceptable because telecom is providing a paid service and have a fault that has been active for what I would consider a long period of time. Ps. My iPhone is still stamping texts wrong, I'm in Christchurch.

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  #271231 9-Nov-2009 11:13
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My iphones time stamp is correct and tis on XT, this isn't a Telecom phone though so you can't expect them to notice.

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  #271233 9-Nov-2009 11:17
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So if someone with an xt nokia or xt windows mobile phone texts you, their text comes up at the right time? I get correct stamps for my outgoing texts and correct stamps from incoming vodafone and CDMA phones.

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  #271271 9-Nov-2009 12:58
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Tony, prob because unfortunately some of us expect the world to be perfect and spotless, just like they are ;-)




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  #271300 9-Nov-2009 14:37
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Hey Guys,

In the Mac OS forum, i posted a fix for WinMo handset users and this works, my time stamps are now all correct. Not sure exactly where as I'm at work and in a rush :D

Im sure there is a similar fix for the iPhone users on XT or any handset having the time stamp issue.. The WinMo registry fix tells the incoming text to default to the same time zone as the phone it's arriving on.

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  #271303 9-Nov-2009 14:45
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quandum: Tony, prob because unfortunately some of us expect the world to be perfect and spotless, just like they are ;-)

I never said I was perfect or spotless. I just purely asked when the fix for this would be coming along, and stated that I find it unacceptable that it has not been fixed after a month.

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  #271305 9-Nov-2009 14:54
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Strange stuff happening here. I received a text at 1:48pm which was the correct time! YAY!! I replied immediately after then I got a second text from the same person a few min later with the WRONG time again :(

The next after that from a different person has the wrong time again :(

J0sh
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  #271315 9-Nov-2009 15:25
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This was fixed last week, apparently it didnt work out too well

varix
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  #271318 9-Nov-2009 15:31
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Def has not been fixed. Me and about 5 friends all still having the same problem, on different phones.

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  #271474 9-Nov-2009 23:20
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Hasn't been fully implemented.
As I said the Auckland SMSC has yet to receive the patch this week.
You may still receive time stamp issues if you are in the Christchurch Mobile switch service area depending on which SMSC your SMS was served off.

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  #271917 11-Nov-2009 08:39
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Hi SMSC upgrade completed last night. Should resolve the timestamp issue. Please advise if still an issue.

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  #271966 11-Nov-2009 10:46
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Seems to be sweet now :) thanks

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