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Silly Web Access Question

Silly Web Access Question

Silly Web Access Question

Hi Everyone,
I have a silly Web Access Question.  Does anyone know why the Date and Time that displays fine in your GroupWise Desktop client, does not show up in Web Access?

RE: Silly Web Access Question

Presume you mean in your client is correct as in UK= dd/mm/yy, but in Webaccess mm/dd/yy?

This is the scripts for Webaccess. there are in US format. Not sure if its easy to change but will research and get back.

Lee Smith
Xenon Network Services
Snr. Technical Support

RE: Silly Web Access Question

Looked about. It appears that the your choices of language are limited. If you select English it is that non-entity of a language called English- US. That is your only choice. I'm sure it would not be too difficult for a programmer of Java/your websoftware to edit a file and change it. But Webaccess only allows US.

Lee Smith
Xenon Network Services
Snr. Technical Support

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