OK for a prank on somebody that doesn't know to check headers. I don't know whether it takes the time from the SMTP server or the POP server receiving..If the former then you could, would be a funny project.There are many reasons why you might want to backdate an email and we don’t judge.The good news is that it is simple to send an email with a previous date.To get this information, I open up the email: The original send date was September 28, 2010 at pm.This information may not be displayed the same way in your mail client, however it will be in there somewhere.
But the email client used the funny [email protected] Labs so following on from ^^ comment.. but in those instances, but for just the email client or web interface to pick up the wrong date/time is not impossible.
When that happens, the date on the email changes because it is technically a new message at the time of send.
You can manually change the date of any email to reflect when it was originally sent.
You want to backdate the email submitting the paper or piece of work so it looks as though you submitted it on time.
In theory, this is simple but if the recipient knows anything about how email works, it won’t fool them.
Everyone sort of knows I used Custom Time on this one, but I'm denying it." Robby S., Paralegal "I used to be an honest person; but now I don't have to be.