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    Default Calendar Default working time/Date Format

    By way of introduction, I run a business which specialises in Open Source solutions and am evaluating Zimbra as a potential for a hosted email app.

    I have successfully installed Zimbra on Centos 4.1, in turn running under VMware ESX.

    Couple of initial questions:
    1) Is it possible to change the start of day from 10:00am to something more realistic?
    2) Is it possible to change the date format on appointments from US to UK format?

    Thanks in advance,

    Jack Knight

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    Where are you seeing 10am? For my cal it starts at 8am.

    The date formats are controled by localization. So if your browser is set to a UK locale then it should correct the date formats when localized.
    Looking for new beta users -> Co-Founder of Acompli. Previously worked at Zimbra (and Yahoo! & VMware) since 2005.

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    Quote Originally Posted by KevinH
    Where are you seeing 10am? For my cal it starts at 8am.

    The date formats are controled by localization. So if your browser is set to a UK locale then it should correct the date formats when localized.
    Open up calendar, double click to create an appointment, times start at 10am !

    Using Firefox 1.0.7, Linux FC4 client. Language settings en_gb, not aware of "locale" setting for firefox, cannot see it in preferences, but in about:config,
    general.useragent.locale=en-GB .

    Any help welcome.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jfk
    Open up calendar, double click to create an appointment, times start at 10am !

    Using Firefox 1.0.7, Linux FC4 client. Language settings en_gb, not aware of "locale" setting for firefox, cannot see it in preferences, but in about:config,
    general.useragent.locale=en-GB .

    Any help welcome.

    Where wre you clicking? The time should default to where you click on the calendar. You can also click and drag to rubber-band a longer time and default both the start and end times.

    Yes language settings is what I'm referring to. By default we ship on the en-us lang pack, others are being worked on by the community.
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    Quote Originally Posted by KevinH
    Where wre you clicking? The time should default to where you click on the calendar. You can also click and drag to rubber-band a longer time and default both the start and end times.

    Yes language settings is what I'm referring to. By default we ship on the en-us lang pack, others are being worked on by the community.
    Sorry, only does this in month view - that's the way I usually view calendars so didn't think about it.

    Still stuck with US style date despite the language setting.
    Last edited by jfk; 01-12-2006 at 11:50 AM.

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