belg4mit at CALLOWAY.MIT.EDU
Mon Oct 4 20:15:18 CDT 1999
Steven>Why have the senders server stamp it? I realize this would make the stamp
Imagine a users home server, while up is unable to communicate with the
outside world, or at least another jabber server for some time.
They should all probably be RECEIVED, what if multiple server to server jumps
I might suggest that all times be sent in the seconds since somthing
(UNIX epoch?) GMT. And when the user requests the message from the server, he
provided with it, tranlated into a local(server) string format?
Just an idea
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