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drj
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Summer Time

Seems like Squirrel Mail automatically changes to Summer Time whereas RoundCube has to be manually changed.
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Re: Summer Time

Mine has - have you checked your preferences
kmilburn
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Re: Summer Time

That depends,   if the  timezone is set to Auto, it does it automatically.
I have noticed they both suffer from the standard problem that the times displayed for messages received before the switch now display incorrectly.
You have to wonder why these systems don't make use of the information they get provided..
e.g.  
         Date: 15 Mar 2012 14:55:51 +0000
         Date: 27 Mar 2012 19:12:21 +0100 (BST)
drj
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Re: Summer Time

I don't have an "auto" option - I've had to manually tick the Summer Time box this evening to get the times correct  -  in RoundCube
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Re: Summer Time

Mine shows this
drj
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Re: Summer Time

Thank you - discovered it now and set it on Auto
Community Gaffer
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Re: Summer Time

Checked a few here and they were all set to 'auto' with the exception of my account that was set to 'GMT'. I'm thinking those with 'GMT' set might have been early adopters to the trial?

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Superuser
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Re: Summer Time

My setting was GMT, wonder if that originated from the initial v.0.2-alpha trial version of long ago?
David