How to change the timezone in Webmail

Timezone:  A 'Time Zone' generally refers to any of the 24 regions of the Earth’s surface, in which standard time is kept.

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Steps (Change the timezone):-

 

  • Click on Email Account from the Mail section.
  • Click on the more button in front of the email account.
  • Then click on Access Webmail.
  • Enter your password where required.
  • Click Login.
  • Three applications will be shown named as Horde, RoundCube and SquirrelMail.
  • Click any one of them to enter into webmail.

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After entering into the webmail follow these steps to change the time zone setting for your webmail application.

 

 

.HORDE

Steps (Change the timezone):-

 

 

  • Log in to Horde. (follow the previous steps)
  • Click on settings and select Preferences then Global Preferences.
  • Under Your Information, click Locale and Time.
  • Select your time zone, and then click Save Options.

 

ROUND CUBE

Steps (Change the timezone):-

  • Login to Round Cube.
  • Click on the Settings button.
  • Click User Interface.
  • Select your time zone.
  • Click on Save.

 

SQUIRREL MAIL

Steps (Change the timezone):-

  • Login to Squirrel Mail.
  • Click on the Options button.
  • Click Personal Information.
  • Under Timezone Options, select your time zone.
  • Click on the Submit button.

Following these steps , we can change the timezone settings for your webmail application.

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