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The Yahoo e-mail I sent doesn't show the correct transmission time.
When your Yahoo e-mail shows the wrong time, one possible way is to customize your account settings. Account information contains the Current Locations section, which shows the most recently stored locations and time zones. Refresh your computer's locations and information to make sure you get the right time for your e-mail notifications.
The Yahoo Mail contains the Settings or Equipment symbol at the top of the page to help you customise your information. Once you're signed in, on your datapage, browse down to the Account Settings section of the Sidebar with the Set your preferred languages, website, time zones links. Beside this hyperlink you will find the current setting, which shows the selected languages, countries and time zones.
When the incorrect time zones are displayed, click the "Set Language, Locations, Time Zone" button to open the Locations page. Current Locations section shows the most recently stored locations and may need to be updated. To refresh the Current Locations box, click Determine My Locations. Verify the time zones next to the Locations header for precision.
If you are in California, for example, the Coordinated World Time displays "UTC-08:00 Pacific Time (USA)". If you are returning to your mail page, make a test notification for yourself and verify the time next to the sender's box in the open one. "Yahoo e-mail doesn't indicate the correct airtime."
Target a - How do I get the right power time in aOS?
This is the recurring issue, I know. I' ve checked a lot of replies, but still haven't found a workaround. How can I get the unit time if the operator has adjusted it by hand...? How can we tell if the time has been adjusted manual by the operator? Please send me the correct current time of the ultrac.
This way I can easily see the differences between equipment time and usage time. When we use NSDate, it gives *currentDateAndTime = [NSDate date]; then it only gives back current time depending on the unit, not the current time. Can there be an easier way to find this out?