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With the continuation of the previous blogpost, today we’re going to see how we can use Microsoft Office Outlook Web Access or the Exchange Management Shell to configure language settings for Outlook Web Access in Microsoft Exchange Server 2007. Microsoft have provided various options to customize the OWA pages, contents/images/themes in a simpler way. As a part of that, we cam make sure that we can do the language setting for OWA, which determines the language of the Outlook Web Access logon page and error messages, and can be changed by the user at any time.
There are three language settings that you can configure for Outlook Web Access.
How to do OWA Customization for…
How to use the Outlook Web Access client to configure language settings ?
Use a Web browser to access Outlook Web Access.
Click Options, and then click Regional Settings.
Under Language, in the Choose language list, click the language that you want to use.
Note: The language that you select will determine the date and time settings in the Date and Time Formats section.
Click Save to save your language settings.
How to use the Exchange Management Shell to configure the logon and error language settings for Outlook Web Access ?
Run the following command to set the logon and error language setting:
Set-OwaVirtualDirectory -identity "Owa (Default Web Site)" -LogonAndErrorLanguage <language code>
How to use the Exchange Management Shell to configure the default client language setting for an Outlook Web Access virtual directory ?
Run the following command to set the default client language setting:
Set-OwaVirtualDirectory -identity "Owa (Default Web Site)" -DefaultClientLanguage <language code>
How to use the Exchange Management Shell to configure the client languages setting for an individual mailbox ?
Run the following command to set the client languages setting for an individual mailbox:
Set-Mailbox -identity <mailbox identity> -languages <language code>
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