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I speak ESMTP...no I don't

In article <slrn771n41.3t1.PerSteinar.Iversen@elbonia.p52.hioslo.no>,
Per Steinar Iversen <PerSteinar.Iversen@adm.hioslo.no> wrote:
>And, some of their servers announces strange timezones :
>
>220 m12.hotmail.com Server SMTP ready at Fri, 11 Dec 1998 00:46:02 -0000

qmail uses `-0000' to mean UTC.  (As opposed to `+0000' which means "the
local timezone, which happens to be UTC at the moment".)

However, qmail doesn't bother putting a timestamp in its SMTP greeting.
What would be the point?

Tim.
--
Tim Goodwin       | "The FSF likes to write programs that require twice as much
Univ of Leicester | memory as your machine has today :-) ." -- Steve Summit

Original headers:

From: tjg@ltpcg.star.le.ac.uk (Tim J Goodwin)
Newsgroups: comp.mail.sendmail
Subject: Re: I speak ESMTP...no I don't
Date: 11 Dec 1998 14:17:43 -0000
Organization: A poorly-installed InterNetNews site
Message-ID: <74r9i7$4mc$1@ltpcg.star.le.ac.uk>
References: <74koep$9q1@flatland.dimensional.com>
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