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#243233 03/05/10 07:15 AM
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How can i tell if the clock patch has been installed on my system?

The following is listed under System Information
Product: EliteMail LX (for U40)
Version: 2.0.2.0
System ID: 000164121134350884177322224
Point Release: 0


Voice Driver: 3.4.31-3
Database: 7.50
Firmware: 4AAA 1.32.0001


OS: Linux OS v7.2 Kernel 2.4.7-10
OS Build: v7.2.8.1

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#243234 03/05/10 09:08 AM
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Just Read This on NTAC:
Resolution/Answer: EliteMail LX has demonstrated a tendency toward time slippage on the U40 platform. Version 2.0.2.0 included updated firmware that was designed to prevent the problem behavior but it has not proven adequate. In tandem with this issue, the Daylight Savings Time adjustment will change this year by government mandate. This release will apply the necessary changes to EliteMail LX in order to ensure that accurate time will be kept by the system exclusive of any hardware limitations or any changes to DST.
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#243235 03/05/10 09:46 AM
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From what I recall, the very early release of 2.0.2.0 did NOT include the clockfix patch and was added later.

You had to use WiNSCP to install the clock fix to the vmail.

If the front of the compact flash card does not say v 2.0.2.0+clockfix or was upgraded to 2.0.2.0 from an earlier release, I would assume it is not on there.

Also, remember you have to add DNS info to your network setup so the LX can get to the internet to sync clock.

BTW.... maybe not a good idea to post your system ID in a public forum.


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#243236 03/22/10 06:10 PM
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PLus make sure that it is not set to Mountain time or what ever that is at the top,it looks like its not checked but it could be, plus what doghart said,he pretty much copied exactally what NTAC said. before that as well if you were in the eastern time zone you had to put America /New york instead of the other selection I think it was eastern or something dont have on in front of me but I hated these when they released them only for this reason here. If and when you get into the Vmail using WINSCP it will stick out like a soar thumb i think it says "DST2007_clockfix-0.2.bin or something, its been a while but we were upgrading the hell out of these.


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