Jeffrey Iskandar Ahmad wrote:
> When i use this function mail(), mail was sent successfully but when
> recipient receive the mail the date timezone is incorrect. It
> displayed -0800 instead of +0800. Im from +0800. The timezone does not
> display correctly. I have tried different servers but still the same.
> And all clients get the wrong date. Im Using php 4.06 and win2k and
Under Windows, PHP sets Date header for mail if sendmail_path is _not_
defined. If you are using sendmail compatible progmram, this won't apply
to your problem.
Looks like someone commented out following lines in sendmail.c (I'm
refering PHP 4.0.7-dev source)
extern int _daylight;
extern long _timezone;
And _timezone is used as follows
(_timezone > 0) ? "+" : (_timezone < 0) ? "-" : "",zoneh,zonem)
They are probably commented out due to thread safe issue. I guess this
bug is introduced when this change is made. (I'm just looking at source
briefly and _not_ 100% sure.)
It is possible you have configuration problem also. Is your web server
can get zoneinfo that you want? If not, it is possible having this
problem even if there is _no_ bug.
Check your server configuration first. If you are sure that your server
is ok, submit bug report and ask developers if this is a bug or not.If
this is a bug, it will be fixed hopefully.
PS: You might want to ask W2K users to verify this problem. Post new
article with title like "Possible mail() bug under Windows". Then
Windows users will pay attention. I'm not a windows user :)
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