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php code not handling timestamps correctly (WordPress problem)

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Hi everybody, I'm using wordpress to blog from my cellphone and when I post via my cellphone.  The post gets tagged as being 12 days in the future.  I'm a complete neophyte when it comes to coding in general, so please excuse any ignorance on my part.

Here is the code that handles the post

[code=php:0]
<?php
require(dirname(__FILE__) . '/wp-config.php');

require_once(ABSPATH.WPINC.'/class-pop3.php');

error_reporting(2037);

$time_difference = get_settings('gmt_offset') * 3600;

$phone_delim = '::';

$pop3 = new POP3();

if (!$pop3->connect(get_settings('mailserver_url'), get_settings('mailserver_port'))) :
echo "Ooops $pop3->ERROR <br />\n";
exit;
endif;

$count = $pop3->login(get_settings('mailserver_login'), get_settings('mailserver_pass'));
if (0 == $count) die(__('There doesnt seem to be any new mail.'));


for ($i=1; $i <= $count; $i++) :

$message = $pop3->get($i);

$content = '';
$content_type = '';
// MS:
$content_transfer_encoding = '';
// :MS
$boundary = '';
$bodysignal = 0;
$dmonths = array('Jan', 'Feb', 'Mar', 'Apr', 'May', 'Jun',
'Jul', 'Aug', 'Sep', 'Oct', 'Nov', 'Dec');
foreach ($message as $line) :
if (strlen($line) < 3) $bodysignal = 1;

if ($bodysignal) {
$content .= $line;
} else {
if (preg_match('/Content-Type: /i', $line)) {
$content_type = trim($line);
$content_type = substr($content_type, 14, strlen($content_type)-14);
$content_type = explode(';', $content_type);
$content_type = $content_type[0];
}
// MS:
if (preg_match('/Content-Transfer-Encoding: /i', $line)) {
$content_transfer_encoding = trim($line);
$content_transfer_encoding = substr($content_transfer_encoding, 27, strlen($content_transfer_encoding)-27);
$content_transfer_encoding = explode(';', $content_transfer_encoding);
$content_transfer_encoding = $content_transfer_encoding[0];
}
// :MS
if (($content_type == 'multipart/alternative') && (preg_match('/boundary="/', $line)) && ($boundary == '')) {
$boundary = trim($line);
$boundary = explode('"', $boundary);
$boundary = $boundary[1];
}
if (preg_match('/Subject: /i', $line)) {
$subject = trim($line);
$subject = substr($subject, 9, strlen($subject)-9);
$subject = wp_iso_descrambler($subject);
// Captures any text in the subject before $phone_delim as the subject
$subject = explode($phone_delim, $subject);
$subject = $subject[0];
}

// Set the author using the email address (To or Reply-To, the last used)
// otherwise use the site admin
if (preg_match('/From: /', $line) | preg_match('Reply-To: /', $line))  {
$author=trim($line);
if ( ereg("([a-zA-Z0-9\_\-\.]+@[\a-zA-z0-9\_\-\.]+)", $author , $regs) ) {
$author = $regs[1];
echo "Author = {$author} <p>";
$author = $wpdb->escape($author);
$result = $wpdb->get_row("SELECT ID FROM $wpdb->users WHERE user_email='$author' LIMIT 1");
if (!$result)
$post_author = 1;
else
$post_author = $result->ID;
} else
$post_author = 1;
}

if (preg_match('/Date: /i', $line)) { // of the form '20 Mar 2002 20:32:37'
$ddate = trim($line);
$ddate = str_replace('Date: ', '', $ddate);
if (strpos($ddate, ',')) {
$ddate = trim(substr($ddate, strpos($ddate, ',')+1, strlen($ddate)));
}
$date_arr = explode(' ', $ddate);
$date_time = explode(':', $date_arr[3]);

$ddate_H = $date_time[0];
$ddate_i = $date_time[1];
$ddate_s = $date_time[2];

$ddate_m = $date_arr[1];
$ddate_d = $date_arr[0]-12;
$ddate_Y = $date_arr[2];
for ($j=0; $j<12; $j++) {
if ($ddate_m == $dmonths[$j]) {
$ddate_m = $j+1;
}
}

$time_zn = intval($date_arr[4]) * 36;
$ddate_U = gmmktime($ddate_H, $ddate_i, $ddate_s, $ddate_m, $ddate_d, $ddate_Y);
$ddate_U = $ddate_U - $time_zn;
$post_date = gmdate('Y-m-d H:i:s', $ddate_U + $time_difference);
$post_date_gmt = gmdate('Y-m-d H:i:s', $ddate_U);
}
}
endforeach;

$subject = trim(str_replace(get_settings('subjectprefix'), '', $subject));

if ($content_type == 'multipart/alternative') {
$content = explode('--'.$boundary, $content);
$content = $content[2];
$content = explode('Content-Transfer-Encoding: quoted-printable', $content);
$content = strip_tags($content[1], '<img><p><br><i><b><u><em><strong><strike><font><span><div>');
}
$content = trim($content);
// Captures any text in the body after $phone_delim as the body
$content = explode($phone_delim, $content);
$content[1] ? $content = $content[1] : $content = $content[0];

echo "<p><b>Content-type:</b> $content_type, <b>boundary:</b> $boundary</p>\n";
echo "<p><b>Raw content:</b><br /><pre>".$content.'</pre></p>';
// MS:
echo "<p><b>Content-transfer-encoding:</b> $content_transfer_encoding, <b>boundary:</b> $boundary</p>\n";
if ($content_transfer_encoding == "base64") {
$content = base64_decode($content);
}
echo "<p><b>Decoded content:</b><br /><pre>".$content.'</pre></p>';
// :MS

$content = trim($content);

$post_content = apply_filters('phone_content', $content);

$post_title = xmlrpc_getposttitle($content);

if ($post_title == '') $post_title = $subject;

if (empty($post_categories)) $post_categories[] = get_settings('default_email_category');

$post_category = $post_categories;

// or maybe we should leave the choice to email drafts? propose a way
$post_status = 'publish';

$post_data = compact('post_content','post_title','post_date','post_date_gmt','post_author','post_category', 'post_status');
$post_data = add_magic_quotes($post_data);

$post_ID = wp_insert_post($post_data);

if (!$post_ID) {
// we couldn't post, for whatever reason. better move forward to the next email
continue;
}

do_action('publish_phone', $post_ID);

echo "\n<p><b>Author:</b> $post_author</p>";
echo "\n<p><b>Posted title:</b> $post_title<br />";
echo "\n<b>Posted content:</b><br /><pre>".$content.'</pre></p>';

if(!$pop3->delete($i)) {
echo '<p>Oops '.$pop3->ERROR.'</p></div>';
$pop3->reset();
exit;
} else {
echo "<p>Mission complete, message <strong>$i</strong> deleted.</p>";
}

endfor;

$pop3->quit();

?>
[/code]

if there is no elegant way of fixing the problem, is it possible to just force a 12day 8hour offset?  As it is consistently off by that much

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Subject:
FW: Uhm why
From:
"Jay's cellphone" <jaymobile@jaysinn.com>
Date:
Thu, 06 Oct 2006 10:08:01 -30000
To:
jaymobile@jaysinn.com
X-Account-Key:
account5
Return-path:
<jaymobile@jaysinn.com>
Envelope-to:
jaymobile@jaysinn.com
Delivery-date:
Fri, 06 Oct 2006 09:15:09 -0500
Received:
from [207.245.250.8] (port=14072 helo=10.130.32.159) by gator46.hostgator.com with esmtpa (Exim 4.52) id 1GVqTk-0000Y9-HG for jaymobile@jaysinn.com; Fri, 06 Oct 2006 09:15:09 -0500
Reply-To:
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MIME-Version:
1.0
Content-Type:
text/plain; charset=UTF-8
Content-Transfer-Encoding:
base64



any ideas?

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