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    Vladimir is offline Advanced Member
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    Default what does com_zimbra_date have against october?

    Something odd I've noticed, certain dates don't seem to be recognized by com_zimbra_date (thats what I assume does the hover over date calendar popup thing).

    Send yourself a mail message containing:

    10/1/2008
    9/1/2009
    9/10/2009
    10/1/2009
    10/3/2009
    10/14/2009
    10/10/2009
    11/1/2009
    10/1/2010
    12/12/2010

    Then hover over them. It looks like all the 10/* date are not picked up. Is it just me?

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    Could be locale related. I'm using English UK, so the correct date format is dd/mm/yyyy. In a test message, all dates except 10/14/2009 are linked and work OK - obviously because there is no month of 14.

    If I reverse that to 14/10/2009, then it works as expected - 14th of October.
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    I thought that too but 10/1/2009 fails too, and that should be valid either way. Further 9/23/2009 or similar work as expected. I'm not seeing this in my 6.0 test machine, just my 5.0.16 production server, but I have different zimlets installed and I'm wondering if it is some sort of zimlet colision.

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    In that case I would create a test account with no Zimlets activated, then enable them one by one (starting with com_zimbra_date) and see what results you get.
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