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Sven G.

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I'm developing an Thunderbird AddOn to add functionality that is only available on Webmail and/or Outlook Connector. Most of it has been adopted from the Kerio Connect Client, which is using the (yet undocumented) Client API.

But the question concerns the Admin API as well:
If we get an error back, it is always in English.

Is there a way to use the other available languages for error messages?
Kerio Connect Client uses it's own translation engine, so most of the errors have to be known in different languages. Is there (or will there be) any ability to use something like 'Session.setLanguage'?
Miroslav Osladil (Kerio)

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Hi Sven,

I am sorry but we do not support localized error messages at the moment. They are always in English and there are no plans for a such support.

But feel free to grab the translations from Kerio Connect and use it.

Best regards,

Miroslav Osladil
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Kerio Technologies

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