PrizmDoc currently uses the system's regional settings to render date and time fields. An example of this is an email message. When rendering the header information, PrizmDoc will use the regional settings of the server rendering the document to determine the UTC offset to apply to the "Sent" or "Received" Date fields and render them accordingly.
When using PrizmDoc for eDiscovery review and rendering, it is often the case (almost every client) that documents may originate from or wish to be rendered in a timezone other than that of the system timezone.
I collect data from Perth (GMT+9), Sydney (GMT+11) and Auckland (GMT+13) for a legal review. These documents are hosted on a server in Sydney (GMT+11) and rendered using that system's regional settings (GMT+11). However, the people reviewing the documents are based in Perth (GMT+9) and they wish all documents to be rendered for both review and production in GMT+9. However, on the same environment I have reviewers based in Wellington (GMT+13) and Adelaide (GMT+10.5), who each want their documents to be rendered and displayed in their timezones.
It is not feasible or practical to set the regional setting on the server hosting PrizmDoc to the desired timezone, as multiple timezone outputs will exist.
Accept a UTC offset parameter when passed a document for rendering