Adjusting the GMT Offset for the End User Web Interface

About this task

In the quarantine, message dates and times are stored in GMT (Greenwich Mean Time). The value entered for the gmt_offset option in the enduser.conf file will be added to (or subtracted from) message's date and time so that the message is displayed in "local" time. For example, if the timestamp on a message is 9 AM GMT, and the value in this text box is set to "2h", the message time displayed in the End User Web Interface is 11 AM. Precede the entry with a minus symbol to subtract from GMT.

To change the GMT offset:

Follow these steps

  1. In the /opt/pmx6/etc/enduser/enduser.conf file, change the gmt_offset option to the desired value.
  2. At the command line, as the "pmx6" user, run:
    pmx-profile sync-to-db --resource=enduser_user_store --force
    pmx-profile sync-to-db --resource=enduser_config --force