On Monday 22 September 2014 at 4:37:46 PM, in
<mid:918259637.20140922103...@gmail.com>, Achdut18 wrote:

> I occasionally copy inbox messages to client folders in
> Windows Explorer.   However, the file date for the
> message (as shown in Windows Explorer, not within the
> message itself) then appears as the date that the
> message was saved to the folder, rather than the actual
> message date. 

That is the date the file was created. The file system doesn't know
the message date; that is just part of the text in the file.

> Without changing the time and date on the
> computer clock, which I do not want to do, is it
> possible to copy a message into a folder such that the
> file name reflects the date and time that the message
> was created?  If so, how can it be done?  

You could always manually alter the filename after creating the file.

Best regards

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