Date-time format and time zone

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