SmarterMail displays the wrong time an e-mail was delivered

SmarterMail allows you to set the time it displays an e-mail has arrived based on your time zone preferences. By default, SmarterMail sets the time zone to GMT (Greenwich Meant Time). This can be changed by logging into your SmarterMail account at http://webmail.yourdomain.com and clicking the Settings menu item, then My Settings from the dropdown menu. Select the appropriate time zone for your location then save your preferences. Time should now accurately reflect the time e-mails were delivered in your time zone.
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