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Re: Date mail header rewriting and RFC822
>> Removing the timezone and replacing it with its equivalent (e.g, MET with
>> +0100, NOT with whatever zone you happen to be in) is OK, and makes some
>Except, this sort of rewriting loses information too. Eg, you can't
>tell if -0700 is MST or PDT in the US. But of course, using anything
>other than +nnnn becomes an awkward maintenance problem.
>Aren't people supposed to be encouraged to use "-0700 (MST)" for
>timezone format? I haven't been paying attention.
Likewise. (The last count seems to have shown four different timezones
which are abbreviated to "MST".)
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