> > When opening a message in KMail, there is a gray > rectangle area above > > the message containing the basic To/From/Subject > information. > > > > In Trinity there is a blue box at the right side of > the gray area. The > > blue box uses a gradient background and contains the > current time of the > > person who sent the message. > > > > There is a related configuration option in Appearance, > Message Window, > > named "Show current sender time." > > > > How is the current sender's time being determined? Is > this a local > > calculation or is KMail fetching data from somewhere > online before > > calculating and displaying the time? > > I suspect the date/time you are seeing is actually the time > the mail was > sent by the originator rather than his/her current time. > > Take a look at the headers for these mails and see how the > content of the > box compares with the 'Date:' header. The time is the sender's current time. I want to know how this information is derived.