If there is a significant system clock mismatch between
client and server hosts, messages sent with a time-to-live
set will expire at times different to that indicated by their
The expiration time is an absolute time expressed in
milliseconds (i.e the JMSExpiration message property),
and is determined in the client.
However, the server is responsble for expiring messages.
If the server host's clock is advanced relative to the client's,
then messages will expire sooner than expected.
If the server host's clock is retarded relative to the client's,
then messages will expire later than expected.
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