I posted a previous reply, but I have deleted that since that was actually incorrect. Let me try again:
1. The client time (as shown in e.g. the Exception view) is the local time (wall clock time) taken from the machine on which the exception occurred. This client time is not adjusted according to neither the time on our servers or to the time on your machine when you are viewing it.
2. The Received time indicates when we received this exception on our servers and this time is represented in UTC time so this is not adjusted according to your specific time zone.
So from the given example, I'm guessing that you are around 6 hours behind UTC.
Hope this helps (and sorry for the incorrect initial post)
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