Email falsification

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Email
Email security
I sent an email at 1:50 am by secure remote access to an address within the works server. I have a copy of the original. The dispute arose about the time the email was sent. I have received a copy whereby the time has been changed to 11:50 How do they do this - how can I prove it is false? I don't have access to the laptop now.  

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  • TomLiotta
    There is no way we can tell anything from what you have provided. At the least, we would need to see actual e-mail headers. We aren't able to determine if any time was changed. The two time values might simply represent two different UTC offsets and be perfectly valid. . Tom
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