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Open Webmail machine time stamp only?

Discussion in 'E-mail Discussions' started by DrEwZ, Mar 29, 2002.

  1. DrEwZ

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    In the new open webmail....

    All incoming mail has time stamp of machine only.
    Neomail had the ability to time stamp for the machine it was being viewed on....

    Can this be fixed asap&&&&
    I have many confused customers because of this!!!

    Andrew
     
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    I've have many customers email me about time stamping issues in the new OPenMail:
    The last one said the following:
    Please fix this or suggest what I do asap please!
    ============================

    I found this in the WebMail source. The file is etc/openwebmail.conf:
    #
    # Open WebMail configuration file
    #
    # This file contains just the overrides from openwebmail.conf.default
    # please make all changes to this file.
    #
    # This file sets options for all domains and all users.
    # To set options on per domain basis, please put them in sites.conf/domainname
    # To set options on per user basis, please put them in users.conf/username
    #
    domainnames auto
    auth_module auth_unix.pl
    mailspooldir /var/mail
    dbm_ext .db
    timeoffset +0800
    ow_cgidir /usr/local/www/cgi-bin/openwebmail
    ow_htmldir /usr/local/www/data/openwebmail
    logfile /var/log/openwebmail.log
    spellcheck /usr/local/bin/ispell
    default_language en

    &default_signature&
    --
    Open WebMail Project (http://openwebmail.org)

    &/default_signature&

    As explained, the following settings need to be set just for our domain:

    timeoffset +1100
    deliver_use_GMT no
    =================================
    Please tell me I don't have to setup each domain with the right timestamp for their particular Openmail?

    I'm getting customers to use the link to Neomail currently to overcome this issue, although it would seem you guys may be removing these soon to??

    Considering that every change the CPanel team make effects Thousands if not more users, maybe you should consider providing adequate notice before doing something like this?

    It is strange that we have this issue with the time stamping of incoming mail considering CPanel is a global product?

    Not impressed.....

    Andrew
     
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