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Old 30th September 2011, 13:29
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Dear all,

I installed the squirrelmail plugin with the correct version described in the tutorial/forum, where I find it run well but the hyperlink a href name all displayed the variable name like: "acc_general acc_pass acc_fetchmail acc_forward acc_autoreply acc_wblist" instead what it should be correctly display like" General, Password", etc.

Any hints about this? Thank you.

BR,
Peter
Hi petercyyau

What are your locale setting? This indicates that your locale files might be missing.
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