RES: SV: Problem with Language

  • From: "Alex Decarli" <alex@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
  • To: "[ExchangeList]" <exchangelist@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Wed, 30 Oct 2002 09:44:41 -0300

Hi Karsten,
I'm getting the following error when I running the script:
The Object type hasn't defined by user 
The line is: 
  ' Declare variables
    Dim objSession As MAPI.Session
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De: Karsten Aarhus [mailto:kaa@xxxxxxxxxxx]
Enviada em: quarta-feira, 30 de outubro de 2002 08:50
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Assunto: [exchangelist] SV: Problem with Language

Hi Alex,
I had the same problem. You can change the folder name with a script 
This link will maybe help you
Best Regards
Karsten Aarhus
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Fra: Alex Decarli [mailto:alex@xxxxxxxxxxxxx] 
Sendt: 30. oktober 2002 12:40
Til: [ExchangeList]
Emne: [exchangelist] Problem with Language
Hi folks,
My Scenario
I've E2K, SP3, W2K, SP3, All in english language, but my input locate is 
My Domains controllers (2) are w2k, SP3, are english , but it has input locate 
My Outlook 2000 Clients are W2K PRO, SP2 and Input locate is PORTUGUESE BRAZIL
My Problem
Some clients are asking why the own Outlook has some foldes in english and some 
folders in Portuguese.
In Brazil, "Inbox" is equal "Caixa de Entrada", all clients should be in 
Portuguese Language and the inbox folder
should call "Caixa de Entrada", always.
But it isn't happening. In SOME CASES.....
My Question
How can I to convert these english folders in Portuguese folders ?
Alex Decarli
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