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    I am new to JAVA, how to adding -Dfile.encoding=(CHARSET) to tomcat's command line?

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    I belive you can update
    /opt/zimbra/conf/tomcat.conf the JAVA_OPTS with Dfile.encoding=

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    My 4.5.4 do not have tomcat.conf...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Phantasmagoria View Post
    My 4.5.4 do not have tomcat.conf...
    Check in tomcat/conf. You might need to modify a ".in" file if that is there, because it means the file is overwritten when Zimbra starts.

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    After I check all the .in file, I still do not understand how to do it

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