Please describe what you are doing to trigger the bug:
- Duplicacy Web Edition 1.4.1 running in Docker (saspus/duplicacy-web)
- Shedule with “send email after completion”
- (configured server is a local postfix as mail-relay)
Please describe what you expect to happen (but doesn’t):
The mail notification arrives at the destination and shows the date and time of dispatch in the mail client.
Please describe what actually happens (the wrong behaviour):
The mail notification arrives, but the client (Thunderbird) shows the date and time of when he fetches the mail from the server.
When inspecting the mail header in Thunderbird, there is no “Date”-attribute to be found, which should hold the date/time of dispatch.
I’m not 100% sure my relay server isn’t eating the Date, but I never noticed this problem with any other service im running through it. I’m also not sure, who is officially supposed to add the date to the header - is it the application or the first server to receive the mail?
Can anyone else confirm this issue?
Thanks and best wishes