As a temporary fix, there's software called jhead which reads the EXIF data from the header of a jpeg file, and does stuff with it. The "-ft" option is what you want here, to set the file time according to the header data.
I just created a little batch file and put it in my path, which looks like this:
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cd "my documents\my pictures\eye-fi"
jhead -ft 5**\*
Each month, I change the path digit, so it's only operating on this month's folders. This makes the run much faster. (Right now I'm editing that 5**\* to 6**\* so it works on june's folders.)
After transferring any files, I just run the batch file and it fixes all the timestamps for me.