Maybe you've already found the solution, but I've just had exactly the same issue.
Originally Posted by arkanis
The problem come from the archive, all the files are in a directory 'com_zimlet_gtranslator', and it seems that Zimbra wants the files under the root directory of the archive.
To correct it, I've unpacked the Zimlet zip archive and repacked it without any directory.
I'm having the same error message when trying to translate text. "An error occurred attempting to translate this message."
Has anyone found a solution to this?
try uninstalling the zimlet & reinstall
I did that... Still get the same error when trying to translate...
To those with the error when translating; have you configured the proxy service to permit requests to Google?
Try this, replacing COSNAME with the name of the COS to which you will allow Google Translator:
zmprov mc COSNAME zimbraProxyAllowedDomains "*.google.com"
Thank you webman!
It works fine now...
Does that command wipe out the other domains previously listed as allowed? When I get one to work the other stop working...
Can I list more than one domain in that command? Such as...
zmprov mc SAMPLECOS zimbraProxyAllowedDomains "*.google.com, *.yahoo.com, *.amazon.com"
zmprov mc SAMPLECOS zimbraProxyAllowedDomains "*.google.com" zimbraProxyAllowedDomains "*.yahoo.com" zimbraProxyAllowedDomains "*.amazon.com"
zmcontrol stop;zmcontrol start