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Discussion in 'E-mail Discussion' started by broncha, Oct 17, 2011.

  1. broncha

    broncha Active Member

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    Hi,

    I searched for this, but all i could find was to set the server date time and timezone.
    have servers in US but have some site from Australia hosted there.

    I need to set the timezone for those accounts to AU, so that the dates in the email sent or received is under the AU timezone.

    Is this possible in WHM?
     
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    Login to webmail of the domain

    For Squirrelmail webmail
    click on Options >> - Personal Information >> Timezone Options. update your time & Save it !

    For roundcube webmail
    click on setting >> Preferences >> User Interface >> Timezone Options. update your time & Save it

    For Horde webmail
    Click on option >> Locale and Time Set your preferred language, timezone and date options.& save it >>

    for domain wise its not possible i think so, Hope this helps!
     
  3. broncha

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    I know these.
    But I need these to be set automatically according to the account, not needing to tell each client to set these.
    Well i believe i would look for some cpanel hooks.

    Thanks anyways.
     
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    Well, i don't think its possible, let see what cPanel folk says about this
     
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