17.9.2003 orda "Ryo Chijiiwa" <ryo@...>:
>On 9/16/2003, "Leif Halvard Silli" <hyperlekken@...> wrote:
>>15.9.2003 orda "Ryo Chijiiwa" <ryo@...>:
>>>Adjusting for daylight savings time is something I need to add in. It's
>>>pretty high in my todo list, so remind me if it hasn't happened by
>Actually, one of the things that's made adjusting for daylight savings
>time difficult is the fact that just about every country has different
>rules for when it begins and ends. In some places, there is no rule and
>it changes from year to year (I think it was in Israel).
>A simple solution would be to have a check box that says "Daylight
>savings time in effect" so you just have to check or uncheck that twice
>a year... Any thoughts?
That would be a good improvement. You would then have to, I think have
some icon or text, e.g. above/beside the date columt in the list view
telling that daylight savings time had been turned on, and even told you
if it had NOT been turned on...
Or else, one could imagine that it would be possible to operate with some
time-server that could tell these things?
>>>On 9/10/2003, "Leif Halvard Silli" <hyperlekken@...> wrote:
>>>>Hi -- it is quite late/early in the morning here now... And I was sending
>>>>a message to public mailing list. The message was sent at about 5.30 AM.
>>>>But when I received the message from the mailinglist, ilohamail (in the
>>Another issue: look at the lines above. Why have empty lines sneaked in
>>between the text lines? From time to time, I see this happen. But I
>>don't know why.
>I've noticed this too, but I can't figure out what's happening. I'm
>guessing it's a CRLF vs LF issue, but I can't find a pattern so I'm
>not sure why it happens in some email and not in others... I could use
>some help with this too.
I will keep my eyes open.... a guess is that it relates to utf-8 somehow.