Your time zone shows 8 hours earlier than GMT.
That would be Pacific Time. (But I'm guessing it should
be Pacific Daylight Time.) You might need to edit your
time zone. (Not your clock, which is presumably reading
correctly, but your time zone, which is used to translate
your time to other peoples' in the group.
XP is out of date on that score. It shouldn't
matter at this time of year, but if you don't install
an update for it it's out of sync for a short period
during transition to and from daylight time. Maybe
you fiddled with it earlier because of that and it ended
Microsoft has an applet called TZEdit that allows
you to edit the time zone settings in the Registry.
That's easier than hunting down a patch every time
they change the DST schedule.
Info and download link here:
You just need to look up the current DST schedule
and adjust it on your machine using TZEdit. Then make
sure you're in the right time zone.
With the wrap, I see your text fine. Email normally
has an embedded return at 76 characters, but that's
for the server, not for display. If you don't hit return
then your text should wrap when viewed. That's what
I see. If people don't see wordwrap that's in their viewer.
The problem with that, though, is that quoting adds
characters and then it gets messy. For that reason I
usually add line returns for a short line, as you see here,
leaving extra room for comment markers added by others.
But that's just a matter of personal preference.
Is this a problem on my end (sorry ladies)? I thought time stamps and
wrapping were handled by the receiving party. I'm using OE6 -- will try
anything if my posts are creating a problem for anyone.