#1894 Future date in a PGV message - How?

v4.1.3
open
nobody
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2008-11-17
2008-02-03
No

In the backup copy of the PGV (restored) messages and in the DB table I see a mail with a future date 16 Mar 2008?!
After the messages are imported to the DB tables together with the user data, the new user mail is recorded with this future date.

How is this possible?
How can we test this?

Meliza
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IP ADDRESS: 80.222.90.163
DNS LOOKUP: dsl-hkigw6-fe5ade00-163.dhcp.inet.fi
LANGUAGE: english";s:7:"created";s:29:"Fri, 01 Feb 2008 17:47:37 GMT";}i:3;a:6:{s:2:"id";i:4;s:2:"to";s:5:"admin";s:4:"from";s:14:"provti@msn.com";s:7:"subject";s:52:"New registration at http://www.amitys.com/phpGedView";s:4:"body";s:686:"Hello Administrator ...

A prospective user registered himself with PhpGedView at http://www.amitys.com/phpGedView.

User name kuningas
First Name tina
Last Name provialer

Comments: ISRAELIN JUUTALAISEN VAIMONA HALUAN TIETֳ„ֳ„ PERHEESTֳ„NI

The user received an email with the information necessary to confirm his access request.

You will be informed by email when this prospective user has confirmed his request. You can then complete the process by activating the user name. The new user will not be able to login until you activate the account.

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IP ADDRESS: 213.243.142.96
DNS LOOKUP: cs142096.pp.htv.fi
LANGUAGE: english";s:7:"created";s:29:"Sun, 16 Mar 2008 22:32:21 UTC";}i:4;a:6:{s:2:"id";i:5;s:2:"to";s:5:"admin";s:4:"from";s:17:"meliza@amitys.com";s:7:"subject";s:27:"PhpGedView - Review changes";s:4:"body";s:522:"Online changes have been made to a genealogical database. These changes need to be reviewed and accepted before they will appear to all users. Please use the URL below to enter that PhpGedView site and login to review the changes.

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Discussion

  • Greg Roach

    Greg Roach - 2008-02-21

    Logged In: YES
    user_id=1466942
    Originator: NO

    The time value comes from the client time, not the server time. I suspect one of your users has the clock set wrongly on their PC.

     
  • Meliza Amity

    Meliza Amity - 2008-02-25

    Logged In: YES
    user_id=959928
    Originator: YES

    I think that we should not update the GEDCOM data using client times that are more than 24 hours off the server's time.

    Meliza

     
  • Greg Roach

    Greg Roach - 2008-11-17
    • milestone: --> v4.1.3
     

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