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Is anybody else seeing incorrect dates for the article publish dates? Looking at the articles homepage I see in order the following dates for respective articles:

2010/06/11
2010/06/04
2010/05/28
2010/05/14
2010/05/07
2010/04/30

Unless I have fallen into a coma for the past 2 months and just awoke, I think these may be wrong!
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Don't see those dates. However if we republish artciles, or reschedule them for the future, the future date appears

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Thought I'd add an attachment so you can see.

In reply to a publish date set to the future, surely that article shouldn't actually show up in the articles list until that date? That would be the point, right?
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No, these articles have already been published in the past (see the first published date). they're being re-featured in the newsletter since we grow all the time and some of them are useful to new people.

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Hi Steve,

Thank-you for the confirmation and clearing up my misunderstanding. Though to me it still seems a little odd to publicly display a date that is intended as a trigger for a newsletter feature rather than a published (as in made available) on the website date.

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