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4.3. Configure language on Debian based distributions

When adding new users the Zarafa Server will automatically create the actual mailbox. The mailbox is by default created in english language. To create the mailboxes in English, it is required to have the en_US.UTF-8 locale installed.
When the mailbox should be created in another language the following configuration file has to be changed:
/etc/default/zarafa
Change the option ZARAFA_USERSCRIPT_LOCALE to the correct language, for example nl_NL.UTF-8 or fr_FR.UTF-8.
In order to use this language setting make sure the correct language packs are installed and configured.
To install a language pack on an Ubuntu based system, use the following command (this example is for the Dutch -nl pack):
apt-get install language-pack-nl
On Debian based systems the locale needs to be enabled in /etc/locale.gen. The following command can be used to easily enable and generate the needed locales:
dpkg-reconfigure locales
The option ZARAFA_LOCALE in the /etc/default/zarafa file can be used to start the Zarafa Server component in the correct language. This language setting is used to set the default options, like the Public Folder name to the correct language.
The WebAccess GUI language can be set at the login screen. This can be configured per user login. For non-English WebAccess languages the appropriate language-packs need to be installed as well.

Important

When upgrading from an earlier ZCP version, please review the language settings as from ZCP 7.0.0 the locale has to be set in UTF-8.
In Debian distributions the follwing entry in /etc/apache2/envvars needs to be set to force the locale for Apache, else locale specific characters might not be displayed correctly in the WebAccess.
## The locale used by some modules like mod_dav
#  export LANG=C
## Uncomment the following line to use the system default locale instead:
. /etc/default/locale