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Yes, it is your time. All email clients I know, as well as webmail interfaces, present the time according to your system time. So, if I send you an email now, I can see it in my Sent folder as sent at 3:40 AM (CET, UTC +1) on Monday, but you can see it received at 9:40 PM (EST, UTC -5) on Sunday.
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