This document explains how you can add languages to Spell Check for Cisco E-Mail Manager in a Cisco Intelligent Contact Management (ICM) Enterprise environment.
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The information in this document is based on these software and hardware versions:
Cisco ICM 5.0 and later, integrated with Cisco E-Mail Manager
Cisco E-Mail Manager 5.0 stand alone
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When you create a response to an incoming message in Cisco E-mail Manager, the Spell Check feature supports two languages by default. The default languages are English (US) and Spanish (Spain) (see arrow A in Figure 1).Figure 1 – Spell Check Feature in Cisco E-Mail Manager
You can purchase additional Spell Check engines from Wintertree Software .
Wintertree Software provides two files for each additional language you want to install and use in Cisco E-Mail Manager to check spellings. The file extensions are .utlx and .clx for each language.
Complete these steps:
Copy the .utlx and the .clx files of the required language into these directories:
C:\Program Files\Cisco\E-Mail Manager\bin
C:\Program Files\Cisco\E-Mail Manager\Instances\<InstanceName>\spell
Locate the spellingserver.properties file. This file is available in the C:\Program Files\Cisco\E-Mail Manager\Instance\<InstanceName>\spell directory.
Right-click the spellingserver.properties file, and select Open with.
Select Notepad, and click OK to open the file in Notepad.
Note: You can use any text editing software to open the file.
The second line in the file contains MainLexFiles=ssceam.utlx, ssceam2.clx by default.
Add the names of the .utlx and .clx files for the required language at the end of the second line (see arrows A and B in Figure 2).Figure 2 – Add the Names of the .utlx and .clx Files
Restart Cisco E-Mail Manger services.
The additional language is now available for Spell Check in Cisco E-Mail Manager.
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