You might also look into this article on how to set up your Go Daddy email.
Here’s our guide to forwarding your emails to your phone as a text message.
For example, in the image of an email’s metadata above, the real time and date is included four separate times: To view metadata for any email in Gmail, click the three dots in the top right corner of the email.
Then, click “Show original.” As you can see from the screenshot below, the metadata will display the correct date and time for each stop the email makes on its way to the recipient.
It won’t fool the FBI but it might be good enough for your professor.
We’ve got a lot of other e-mail resources for you to check out. Check out this tutorial on using your ISP’s server to avoid sending too much mail.
Even if you could change your computer time, and it was reflected in your email application, the true time is visible for anyone to see if they do a little digging.
Here’s the procedure: The metadata of every email shows the time and date the email was sent from the sender’s server and the time it was received by the recipient’s email server.
The answer is “sort of, but it isn’t very effective.” It can be done, but the nature of the e-mail transport protocols are such that even a casual investigation of an email’s provenance will reveal that someone has been playing games.
Anyone who knows what to look for will not be fooled.
We’re not here to judge your motives in wanting to do that; let’s assume that you have a legitimate reason for wanting to do it.
So: is it possible to send an e-mail with a previous date?