From: Kim Culhan <w8hdkim@ya...> - 2004-11-03 21:48:03
On Wed, November 3, 2004 15:15, Rusty Nejdl said:
> I'm having a bit of a problem with timezones on my squirrelmail
> My personal profile is set to show timezone as SAME AS SERVER.
> I haven't seen anyone else report this, so my hunch is that it has
>to do with how squirrelmail reads the timezone from my FreeBSD box.
FWIW I'm running FreeBSD 5.3 and it doesn't have this problem.
What is the time offset from that returned by the date command ?
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Kim Culhan said:
> FWIW I'm running FreeBSD 5.3 and it doesn't have this problem.
> What is the time offset from that returned by the date command ?
I'm running with an offset of -0600 now. I set tzc in date.php to be
-0600 now and that works correctly for me, but my friend in Portland is
now 1 hour off. I tested this somewhat and found that this function
returns either -0000 or -0600 depending on the messages. In printing
$dateParts for each message, those messages that had this value came
back correctly showing a tzc of -0600 and when that value was unknown, it
came back as -0000.
So, on a more practical level, what timezone are you in? I noticed that I
can choose CST6CDT for my personal timezone setting but that case isn't
accounted for in the getGMTSeconds section. I added it, but that had no