ZeroHour (14th February 2012)
I'm fairly sure its not my end as all other emails coming through to exchange are normal but emails notifications are coming at random times today. Like I've just received one which was sent at 10am this morning - has been like it for a couple of days though.
Anybody else noticed this?
Last edited by ZeroHour; 19th February 2012 at 05:31 PM.
Not had the issue myself. Anyone else?
Hmm could well be the Lea's filtering or something up stream - just had 4 emails from a supplier all come through at once! with times from 9am to 11am so not just eg just noticed it with these rather then others
Yesterday 5pm my time GMT + 3. And same today, just coming in at 5pm. I was about to email you @ZeroHour .
I figured you'd changed something as it used to be midnight GMT. Is the new server in a different timezone ??
EDIT: I should add, i'm talking about the daily updates, not instant notifications. Don't have them enabled for many threads.
Last edited by vikpaw; 12th February 2012 at 02:11 PM. Reason: addition
Must be the LA being funny last week - this one came through straight away
I think I have fixed it now for you @vikpaw
I suspect php didnt like the timezone and was sending batches at the wrong time, although the mail goes out with x time it was really sent at y.
This may have caused issues with you @glennda but what type of email was delayed? instant reply notifications or daily update notifications?
Still got all my updates at 5pm today GMT +3. Bit of a pain, as it also seems that it's resetting my view of subscribed threads with updates, in the usercp.
Like you care today, but i got more updates at midnight too, so i guess we'll see what happens over the next 11 hours.
Seems to be back to normal now. :O)
Yup my emails are fine - but i think mine was more LEA then edugeek!
ZeroHour (16th May 2012)
@vikpaw confirmed by vbulletin, it appears cron tasks are running about 12 hours ahead of time. This I think has started happening since 4.1.11 but since I dont use daily notifications I did not spot the issue.
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