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The short list formats are defined using standard date sequences such as %m, %d, %e, and %y.
However, if you don’t use a recent version of GNUstep, you encounter a bug in the implementation of the %e in GNUstep, described here:
bug #26361: NSCalendarDate %e format shows leading zeros
If you encounter a possible bug with SOGo, you can access our bug tracking system
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