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    Default how to change default calendor to solar calendor

    hi
    i wana change default zimbra calendar to solar calendar
    can U help me to do it?
    i use zimbra open source edition version 6.x

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    Wow. I'm curious about this. [Not intended to be flamebait, just a comment on the issue]

    I thought the default calendar is the Gregorian calendar, which a little wikipedia reading tells me it's one of the tropical solar calendars. The others listed are the Julian, Bahá'í, Hindu, Coptic, Iranian and the Thai solar calendar.

    I don't even know if it is possible to change the default calendar in ZCS and, if so, how would one go about defining what this other calendar is given that there's a list one could choose from.

    Solar calendar - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

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    Quote Originally Posted by sepehr912 View Post
    hi
    i wana change default zimbra calendar to solar calendar
    can U help me to do it?
    i use zimbra open source edition version 6.x
    Same issue.
    Is there anyway to change default calendar? e.g. in adding new calendar get type (solar) or something like this from user!

    Hope so.

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