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    Exclamation Change calendar COS

    Hi,
    i have a problem to change in COS "First day of the week" for "all" members of the calendars (global). in what preferences i can change it in admin mode?
    Thanks greetings
    Medar

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    Can really no one help me???
    Please i need the answer.
    My demo is running out and will get it but without this option i cant use Zimbra please help

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    Use zmprov (as the zimbra user) to list your COS and look for the attribute: zimbraPrefCalendarFirstDayOfWeek - change that to what you need.
    Last edited by phoenix; 03-10-2008 at 07:32 AM.
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    Thumbs up [SOLVED] Change calendar COS

    Hi phoenix,

    thank you for answering, but your explanations were a little too short for a newbie.

    Quote Originally Posted by phoenix View Post
    Use zmprov (as the zimbra user) to list your COS and look for the attribute: zimbraPrefCalendarFirstDayOfWeek - change that to what you need.
    So I made me the zimbra user and changed to directory /opt/zimbra/bin. There I executed

    Code:
    zmprov modifyCos default zimbraPrefCalendarFirstDayOfWeek 1
    and restartet zimbra. That was all of the magic.

    Michael

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