Relative date links should be calculated using the email's "Sent" time.
Airmail is great at recognizing relative dates in the text of an email (e.g. and generating links to create calendar events based on them. However, it seems the event date and time end up being calculated from the current time. However, if the email isn't read on the same day it is sent, this results in an incorrect date being used when creating the calendar event.
For example, if someone sends me an email on Monday with the text "tomorrow at 3pm" in it, it will be highlighted as a link. If I read the email on Monday and click the link, I can correctly create an event for Tuesday at 3pm. However, if I read the email Tuesday morning and want to add the event to my calendar, clicking the link creates an event on Wednesday.
Please consider correcting this behavior so that relative dates are calculated based on the email's sent time.