Hello Guillaume,

> they're just control headers to trace
> I think, if it is to show the email date, you have a 'Date' header.

You right, I dont need them. Only the 'Date:' header to let display the
datetime in mail reader. I want to make the headers as minimal as
possible.

Do I need the MIME-Version, Content-Type and Content-Transfer-Encoding
also or can it be left out ? There will be only plain text and never an
attach.

   MailBody := 'Delivered-To: ' + EMail + #13#10 +
               'Subject: ' + Subject + #13#10 +
               'Date: ' + DT + #13#10 +
               'MIME-Version: 1.0'#13#10 +
               'Content-Type: text/plain; charset="us-ascii"'#13#10 +
               'Content-Transfer-Encoding: quoted-printable'#13#10 +
               'From: ' + From + #13#10 +
               'To: ' + DestName + #13#10#13#10 +
               Data;


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Rgds, Wilfried
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Monday, May 9, 2005, 09:45, Guillaume MAISON wrote:

>> 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). 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.
>>
>> 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 ?

> These headers are not supposed to be seen by the receiver.
> they're just control headers to trace all the SMTP servers it has been 
> through.
> So the date and time format of these headers should not be modified nor seen, 
> except as they are.

> I think, if it is to show the email date, you have a 'Date' header.

> HTH,

> Guillaume MAISON
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