new signup to that program where retired last month since it did not generate the desired feedback. Seems a link to it on the community page was forgotten, I have contacted our marketing about that.
opening a pr on GitHub would be fine as well. I saw your email this morning and forwarded it to the WebApp team. The ticket you mentioned is not an issue that was not attempted to be resolved before.
I am sure they will reply shortly.
Yes. Go ahead and create the account in your translation system.
I’ll probably begin by translating the webapp. That will probably have the biggest impact for Icelandic users (and may also be the biggest translation project).
Ah, ok, totaly forgot it was a year subscription.
Thank you for the fast responce Felix.
WebApp commit f21a487d260 (master) brought OOF-dependant-rules-editing to WebApp. There’s no more need to pull from my github-fork.
You’ll find it under 6.11
small update here.
the debian bug report, it should be fixed, but i still noticed the messages.
The workaround is :
editor /etc/systemd/system.conf and/or editor /etc/systemd/system.conf
and change the Default.
Related Jira ticket https://jira.kopano.io/browse/KC-833
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I can confirm that. In a Samba4 AD environment a kopano-cli --list-users automatically creates the stores, but all with wrong umlauts.
I had to manually remove and rebuild each store.
With kopano-cli --create-store --user doe --lang de_DE.UTF-8 the wrong umlauts remain.
With kopano-storeadm -h default: -Cn doe -l de_DE.UTF-8 the umlauts are correct.
There are 4 more, but due to the 150 sec notice my previous text is deleted, im not typing it again. sorry.
these are here .
my server got upgrades as of 8.2
The listing is now public for everyone.
@marty Thanks! Got it! Already made some translations.