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    Default Adding Words to the Spell Checker

    Is there a simple mechanism to add new words to the spell checker dictionary?

    We use several words that are acronyms which get flagged as misspellings even though they are valid (at least as far as we are concerned).

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    I'd also like to know this as well. My first addition to the dictionary would be the word Zimbra.

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    FF and IE (coming soon) have their own spell checkers, and we plan to use them.
    http://bugzilla.zimbra.com/show_bug.cgi?id=11206
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    http://bugzilla.zimbra.com/show_bug.cgi?id=4495

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    Default Use the Browser's Spell Checker?

    I took a look at both entries in Bugzilla. Is Zimbra planning to stop using aspell and leave spell checking up to the browser? Or, is there a plan to augment Zimbra's spell checking by using the browser's spell check? I'm a little confused on that. To me, both Bugzilla entries sounded like they intend to continue using aspell but augment with changes to Zimbra itself.

    Quote Originally Posted by jholder View Post
    FF and IE (coming soon) have their own spell checkers, and we plan to use them.
    Bug 11206 - Use Firefox spell check if using Firefox 2.0
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    Bug 4495 - Support per-user dictionary for spell checking

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