Date-time format and time zone setting when rendering E-Mail documents to HTML

When rendering email messages, by default the API uses date-time format and time-zone based on system default settings. You can set your date-time format and set time-zone offset when rendering to HTML.

The following are the steps to set date-time and time zones for email message:

The following code sample shows how to use custom date-time and a time-zone offset.

using (Viewer viewer = new Viewer("sample.eml"))
{
    HtmlViewOptions viewOptions = HtmlViewOptions.ForEmbeddedResources("result_{0}.html");

    viewOptions.EmailOptions.DateTimeFormat = "MM d yyyy HH:mm tt zzz";

    // Time zone offset for 1 hour
    viewOptions.EmailOptions.TimeZoneOffset = new TimeSpan(1, 0, 0);    

    viewer.View(viewOptions);
}

To get the full list of custom date-time formatting, please refer to these links:

Custom date and time format strings
Standard date and time format strings

More resources

GitHub Examples

You may easily run the code above and see the feature in action in our GitHub examples:

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