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Client Languages for Outlook Web App

Exchange 2010
 

Applies to: Exchange Server 2010 SP3, Exchange Server 2010 SP2

Topic Last Modified: 2010-09-07

The Exchange 2010 Outlook Web App user interface is available in 54 languages.

For more information about the languages that are supported in Outlook Web App, see Configure Language Settings for Outlook Web App.

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Language and Locale

Outlook Web App Spelling Checker

Supported Languages for Components and Features of Exchange 2010

There are three language settings that you can configure for Outlook Web App.

  • The sign-in and error language setting applies to individual Outlook Web App virtual directories. The sign-in and error language is the language that will be used for errors and the forms-based authentication sign-in page. If a value isn't set for this language, the default value is 0. This means that the default sign-in and error language isn't defined. If the sign-in and error language isn't defined, Outlook Web App will default first to the language set on the Web browser on the client computer. If the language set on the Web browser on the client computer isn't supported by Outlook Web App, Outlook Web App will use the language of the Client Access server.
  • The default client language setting applies to individual Outlook Web App virtual directories. The default client language is the client language that's used by Outlook Web App unless the user uses Regional Settings in Outlook Web App to change the language and time zone. The default value for this setting is 0. This means the default client language isn't defined. If the default client language isn't defined, users will be prompted to choose a language and time zone the first time that they sign in to Outlook Web App. If the default client language value is defined, users won't be prompted to choose a language and the Outlook Web App time zone will use the time zone of the Client Access server. Defining the default client language causes the default folders to be renamed based on the specified language. Users can change the client language and time zone by using Regional Settings in Outlook Web App and can rename the default folders after they sign in.
  • The client languages are set on individual mailboxes and affect the language that's used in Outlook and Outlook Web App. If multiple languages are configured, the first language in the list that's supported by the Web browser will be used. If none of the languages in the default languages list is supported by the Web browser, the Client Access server language will be used.

In Exchange 2010 Outlook Web App, users can check spelling in 16 languages.

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The following table includes information about the availability and language support for the client and administrative features in Exchange 2010.

 

Language Country/Region Outlook Web App - user interface Outlook Web App - spelling checker

Arabic

Saudi Arabia

Available

Available

Basque

Spain

Available

 

Bulgarian

Bulgaria

Available

 

Catalan

Spain

Available

 

Chinese (Hong Kong)

China

Available

 

Chinese (Simplified)

China

Available

 

Chinese (Traditional)

Taiwan

Available

 

Croatian

Croatia

Available

 

Czech

Czech Republic

Available

 

Danish

Denmark

Available

Available

Dutch

Netherlands

Available

Available

English

Australia

Available

Available

English

United Kingdom

Available

Available

English

Canada

Available

 

English

India

Available

 

English

United States

Available

Available

Estonian

Estonia

Available

 

Filipino (Tagalog)

Philippines

Available

 

Finnish

Finland

Available

Available

French

Canada

Available

Available

French

France

Available

Available

Galician

Spain

Available

 

German

Germany

Available

Available

Greek

Greece

Available

 

Hebrew

Israel

Available

Available

Hindi

India

Available

 

Hungarian

Hungary

Available

 

Icelandic

Iceland

Available

 

Indonesian (Bahasa)

Indonesia

Available

 

Italian

Italy

Available

Available

Japanese

Japan

Available

 

Kazakh

Kazakhstan

Available

 

Korean

Korea

Available

Available

Latvian

Latvia

Available

 

Lithuanian

Lithuania

Available

 

Malay

Malaysia

Available

 

Norwegian (Bokmal)

Norway

Available

Available

Persian (Farsi)

Iran

Available

 

Polish

Poland

Available

 

Portuguese

Brazil

Available

Available

Portuguese

Portugal

Available

Available

Romanian

Romania

Available

 

Russian

Russia

Available

 

Serbian (Cyrillic)

Serbia

Available

 

Serbian (Latin)

Serbia

Available

 

Slovak

Slovakia

Available

 

Slovenian

Slovenia

Available

 

Spanish

Spain

Available

Available

Spanish

Mexico

Available

 

Swedish

Sweden

Available

Available

Thai

Thailand

Available

 

Turkish

Turkey

Available

 

Ukrainian

Ukraine

Available

 

Urdu

Pakistan

Available

 

Vietnamese

Vietnam

Available

 

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