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HT2954 My incoming and outgoing messages (when I recall them) are dated as today, yesterday, or January 5, 2013.

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My Safari e-mails, both incoming and outgoing are dated either today, yesterday, or January 5, 2013 when recalled from either inbox/sent/draft/keepers. I would like to have actual dates of the traffic associated with each maintained message. Suggestions? I've gone the "View" and "Sort by" route . . . to no avail. Please help.

MacBook Pro with Retina display, OS X Mountain Lion (10.8.4)
  • MrHoffman Level 6 Level 6 (11,700 points)

    I'll assume you mean Mail.app and not Safari.app here; the former is mail, the latter is web.

     

    If you're using Mail.app to access your mail, try rebuilding your mailbox (select the inbox mailbox with the weird dates > Mailbox > Rebuild) and see if that clears the issue.

     

    If not, test with a different mail server; see if the problem is specific to one mail server, or if Mail.app is doing something very weird.

     

    If you really meant that you're using Safari.app here and that you're using a web mail client to access your mail, then there's likely a problem with whatever service that you're accessing with the web mail client.  Please contact the maintainers of the web mail service for assistance.

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