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    Default Google Translator

    Hi All,

    My google translator zimlets is not working. When i am putting some text into the box and clicking translate icon, it showing the following error
    An error occurred attempting to translate this message.
    And also i wont' getting Yahoo maps from the mail itself. It showing an empty popup window when i hovering on address.But i am able to visit the site and seeing the maps. What could be the problem. I am using the 64 bit version of ZCS -4.0.4 on CentOS 4.4.

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    Default Proxy issues?

    Have you altered the zimlet URL proxy settings, or is the Zimbra server firewalled for outbound HTTP access to the outside world?
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    Default Google Translator

    Hi Dkarp,

    Thank you for your response. In my setup, i didn't altered any proxy setting of zimlets and also in my firewall all http,https,smtp,pop3,imap ports are opened.
    I can access internet from my server. Is there any additional configuration (like environmental variables) required for zmlets in the 64 bit version of ZCS.

    Expecting a quick response.

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    Default Translator broken

    I reported this issue as a bug time ago.
    It should be solved for next zimbra release (4.5, mid january)

    Quote Originally Posted by premoddev View Post
    Hi Dkarp,

    Thank you for your response. In my setup, i didn't altered any proxy setting of zimlets and also in my firewall all http,https,smtp,pop3,imap ports are opened.
    I can access internet from my server. Is there any additional configuration (like environmental variables) required for zmlets in the 64 bit version of ZCS.

    Expecting a quick response.

    Regards
    Premoddev

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    Default zimlets

    hi,

    Is it a bug for all zcs-4.4 release or 64 bit version only. Because some users are telling that they can access all features of zimlets. And one more thing, where will i find all features of zimlets that are present inside the zimlets-extra folder of ZCS installation.

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    Hi All,

    I have tried the Google Translator Zimlet with ZCS-4.5 also. But it still not working. Is it still remaining as a Bug...?. Pls help me..

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    See this post:

    Google Translator

    In the future, please do not post the same topic more than once.
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