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Time on email ?

Post by sportman12 » 21 Jul 2016, 01:23

Received time says July 20, 2016 08:46:19 PM can it be 8:46 with the date and year

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Re: Time on email ?

Post by Christian » 23 Jul 2016, 09:48

The way the date time is displayed in PopMan depends on your global Windows settings for this (short date and long time format):

http://www.sysprobs.com/change-date-for ... 7-ddmmyyyy
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Re: Time on email ?

Post by sportman12 » 24 Jul 2016, 19:37

Christian Example the time on popman email says 08:46:19 PM can it be 8:46 no 0 or 19 ?

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Re: Time on email ?

Post by Christian » 25 Jul 2016, 20:24

Yes, the format of the long time must be set to H:mm on the Time tab of the additional settings: http://www.sysprobs.com/change-date-for ... 7-ddmmyyyy
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Re: Time on email ?

Post by sportman12 » 26 Jul 2016, 02:00

Christian can you show me a screenshot Example the time on popman email says 08:46:19 PM can it be 8:46 no 0 or 19 ?

popman date and time botoom one


Can it be like this top one
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Re: Time on email ?

Post by Christian » 26 Jul 2016, 21:24

Just follow the explanation in the link I gave you. It explains it step by step.
The only differen thing is that you have to put the string "H:mm" into the long time format.
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Post by sportman12 » 26 Jul 2016, 22:57

Christian followed the explanation in the link you gave me.step by step
I put the string "H:mm" into the long time format.it still look like this when mail comes in my screenshot below can you please give me a screenshot of what it should look like when mail comes with "H:mm" please
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Re: Time on email ?

Post by Christian » 26 Jul 2016, 23:00

Note that you need to restart PopMan after changing the time format setting in Windows.
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Re: Time on email ?

Post by sportman12 » 27 Jul 2016, 18:01

Christian Just follow the explanation you said step by step.
I tryed to put the string "H:mm" into the long time format. in Windows 10 their is no "H:mm" into the long time format. drop down menu can you please give me a screenshot of the way it should look in Windows 10 please

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Re: Time on email ?

Post by tengvilla » 31 Jul 2016, 09:51

Try this method in changing time below:
http://www.wikihow.com/Change-the-Compu ... and-Prompt
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Re: Time on email ?

Post by sportman12 » 31 Jul 2016, 19:26

Christian Just follow the explanations step by step.
I tryed to put the string "H:mm" into the long time format. in Windows 10 their is no "H:mm" into the long time format. drop down menu can you please give me a screenshot of the way it should look in Windows 10 please

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Re: Time on email ?

Post by sportman12 » 02 Aug 2016, 01:13

tengvilla Just follow the explanation Christian said to follow the explanations step by step.
I tryed to put the string "H:mm" into the long time format. in Windows 10 their is no "H:mm" into the long time format. drop down menu can you please give me a screenshot of the way it should look in Windows 10 please

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Re: Time on email ?

Post by Christian » 02 Aug 2016, 13:58

You have to click on the "Additional settings" button. See screenshot below. Then a new window comes up with a tab bar. There select "Time". This is where you can enter the "H:mm" string for long time.

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Re: Time on email ?

Post by sportman12 » 02 Aug 2016, 17:00

Jeff I see the "Additional settings" button. See screenshot below. new window comes up with a tab bar. There select "Time". This is where you can enter the "H:mm" string for long time.and do I make the short time "H:mm" to ?

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