Hello Wilfried,

> If I examen email headers datetime like this example:
> Received: (qmail 31614 invoked from network); 6 May 2005 08:41:49 -0000
> Date: Fri, 6 May 2005 10:41:42 +0200
> it is always in english (I mean the day and month). 

Yes, at least I haven't seen anything else, take a look at Rfc822 search
for "Date Time".

> I need to make email
> headers but using the "normal" DateTimeToStr functions, depending on the
> country settings of the machine the day-name and month-name could be in
> other languages.

I think it violates RFC's
> Is this a problem for email readers ? 


If it is can I get the english
> names out of a windows call or should I make an array for it ?

It my be possible, however I would make an array.

Arno Garrels

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