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    I just got a Nokia Lumia 900, and whenever I get SMS messages it shows the correct time stamp for my messages (me sending them), but messages I receive always have the wrong time stamp. Any idea why this is happening? If I send a message at 7:15am, and someone replies right away, it'll show their message as 10:15pm.
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    are they coming from the time zone where you currently are?
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    ya i have been having the same problem....many of my txt messages say they are coming from the future so unless nokia has accidently solved time travel i think the last patch messed something up
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    In my time working in phone support, I've noticed messages you send are stamped with the time set on your phone and incoming messages are time stamped based on the time of the network's text message servers.

    On android, this can royally screw up a conversation's timeline. My lumia 800 doesn't seem bothered that I deliberately set in 10 mins early

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