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How to change time from 5 to 17:00

Thread began 6/01/2010 1:56 pm by tone397472 | Last modified 6/05/2010 4:21 am by tone397472 | 1661 views | 11 replies


The time stamp outside of the mail (in de header outside the mail) is correct, but on the 3e line of the HTML mail (you only see this after opening the mail!) you also have the time and date from when the mail was send:

6-1-2010 | 8:50 PM CEST . <<<===This is how it looks!

And that is unacceptable on the European continent, because they use 24 hours. I contacted my mail server and web host and they where saying that only the time stamp outside of the mail (the one that is correct!) was produced by the local (receiving mail host) you can adjust that in your email settings of your local host, but the the time in the mail ( that is not correct!) was produced by the php script in my web site on the web site's host?!

I'm learning about formatting time stamps at the moment, but don't know where to find them in the script and what to do. I can only find the date formatting in the Center.php script, but it looks like the time is there also but not formatted.

Examples from my study book of what I'm talking about:

echo strftime('%A<br />');
echo strftime('%x<br />');
echo strftime('%c<br />');
echo strftime('%Y<br />;

So I do not know what the real story is and how to solve this. I would be nice if it is only a little adjustment in the script like formatting the time. I'm sure I'm not the only one with this problem.

Please some help would be nice.

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