How do you find the time? My confirmation email didn't have one

Discussion in 'Apple Watch' started by ravenfan, Apr 29, 2015.

  1. ravenfan macrumors member

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    Everyone is talking about the time they received their confirmation. I ordered a 38 mm Milanese Loop on launch day (4-6 weeks) and a 38 mm Space Grey Sport on the 26th (3-5 weeks). Neither confirmation email had a time.
     
  2. fischersd macrumors 68040

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    The e-mails DO have a date and time that apple sent them. If you're not seeing them, then your e-mail client needs to be reconfigured to display that information.
     
  3. NM08SRT8 macrumors 6502a

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    Well tell him places to look then. Your reply to his inquiry is very uninformative.
     
  4. rrandyy macrumors 6502

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    If you're using gmail, click on the down arrow next to "to me", which is below "From: Apple Store"
     
  5. ravenfan thread starter macrumors member

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  6. starbot macrumors regular

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    Hey Raven,

    The times people are referring to is simply the time your confirmation email came in. Should be in the header of the email somewhere near the "From" field.

     
  7. fischersd macrumors 68040

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    Ok, when I click on an e-mail to open it in my web browser (safari on OS X), at the top of the e-mail you have the sender, underneath that you have your own name / email address. If you look over to the right side of the pane, there's the date and time of the e-mail.
     
  8. ravenfan thread starter macrumors member

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    Some of my emails do have the time on the top right corner next to the date, but none of my ones from Apple.
     
  9. TreoRenegade macrumors regular

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    To see the full time stamp (hour:minutes:seconds) on an IPad or iPhone:

    * Grab universal "Atomic Web Browser" from App Store ($1.99)**
    * Set browser user agent to Safari Desktop (gear icon to left of URL field)
    * Go to gmail site
    * Open Apple confirming email
    * Links running across top of open email include "Show Original" << select
    * You'll see GMT time. Ignore hour listed, grab minutes:seconds.

    **There may be a free version available. I got this browser over a year ago, so don't recall.
    This assumes you use gMail. I'd imagine this would also work on other email servers.
     

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