not localized foldernames (displayed in WebApp)



  • My system itself is not localized , but “German Umlaute” are displayed at

    the console
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    and at the WebApp
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    but Folders are still in english
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    Therefore I’ve two questions:

    • How can I force the system to create German labeled folders for new users?
    • Ho can I rename folders to German for existing users?

    BTW: The script ./localize-folders.py terminates with

    ./localize-folders.py
    Traceback (most recent call last):
      File "./localize-folders.py", line 9, in <module>
        import kopano
    ImportError: No module named kopano
    

    Debian GNU/Linux buster/sid
    kopano-server 8.7.0

    any help is welcome
    kind regards
    Robert



  • Hi @Robert

    To change the existing folder language to german, try the following command:

    kopano-localize-folders -u <user> --lang de_DE.utf8 --verbose
    

    If you want that all stores were created in the german language, create an admin.cfg file under /etc/kopano.
    This file should have this line in it:

    default_store_locale = de_DE.UTF-8
    

    So new mailboxes are beeing created in the german language.

    Cheers Basti



  • Hi Basti,

    unfortunaly both doesn’t work for me:

    • the admin.cfg is already in place - and doesn’t do anything

    • the kopano-localize-folders script doesn’t run cause of the missing “kopano module” as mentioned in my post

    May all this issues have something to do with the early stage of the debian 10 packets from nightly builds but the rest of the sytem works like charm…

    regards
    Robert



  • Hi all,

    after a clean new setup ist work’s perfect at Debian 9 and kopano-server 8.7.80 and it seems to be working also at Debian 10 (not 100% sure yet).
    Problem was - may be - a mix up with kopano-packages from Debian 10 updated with packes from nightly build.


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