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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 | 1538 views | 11 replies

tone397472

Found it my self! Instructions not accurate.

Originally Said By: Jimmy Wu:
  Also, changing the date format isn't actually a supported functionality, so I'm actually giving you additional instruction outside of what is required.  



Are you for real? You must be kidding me! Your company sells an extension with the name Universal Email on-line to anybody in the world who wants to buy it and then it's not a legitimate question to ask how to set the date and time in a format used by the rest of the world?! Maybe it's an idea to put a banner on WA web site: Support Only For US Costumers!
It's the most intelligent business policy I have ever encountered against foreign costumers, or is this just your personal opinion!?

This is what is put on the website now about your support:

Originally Said By: WebAssist web site:
  WebAssist also offers free technical support for our products via our Support Forum Monday - Friday from 9am - 5pm PST (except major U.S. holidays). If you cannot find an answer in our documentation, please use your WebAssist account to log into the forum and receive support.  



Starting to have my doubts about your knowledge Jimmy, because the instructions you are giving me all week make no sense at all!
I did study the problem this morning (I only study php for 1 week now!!!) and looked at all the scrips and found that the changes had to be made in an other script as well the Center.php: and not in mail_php.php . (Your suggestion!)
There are 2 lines of code that need to be changed!***1, ***2

***1: Center.php
<?php echo date("g:i A T, $now); this is the part that is producing the American time!
g=12 hours changed that in G=24 hours
i=minutes so that's ok
A=AM PM that has to go
T=Time zone has to go as well

<?php echo date("G:i , $now);

***2:
Then in the Center.php script is the first code (echo date) for the first date/time (in this case the date) notation as well and has to be changed:
<?php echo date ("d-m-Y", $now


THIS IS YOUR SUGGESTION ABOUT THE CODE: Only for mail_php.php
Try this instead:
$mailHeader .= "Date: ". date('d-m-Y H:i:s').$lineEnd; In mail_php.php

THIS IS HOW IT HAS TE BE:
$mailHeader .="Date: ". date('r(T)').$lineEnd; In mail_php.php Don't change anything in this script!

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05-06-2010 | 10:13 <<<<<<<========THE RESULT!!!!! How most of the people in the world want to read a date and time on a Email! Tonight when a mail is send you will see 22:13 because of the G(=24 hours) in the code.
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Don't understand why you have this narrow minded approach against your foreign costumers.

Unfortunately this has cost me almost one week to solve! But to end a bit positive I will make a clear PDF about this subject and post it on the forum when I have the time.

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