summaryrefslogtreecommitdiff
diff options
context:
space:
mode:
-rw-r--r--Administrator_Guide/en-US/sect-Kolab_Recipient_Policy_and_Web_Administration_Panel.xml6
1 files changed, 3 insertions, 3 deletions
diff --git a/Administrator_Guide/en-US/sect-Kolab_Recipient_Policy_and_Web_Administration_Panel.xml b/Administrator_Guide/en-US/sect-Kolab_Recipient_Policy_and_Web_Administration_Panel.xml
index b4bfaa8..ce98abb 100644
--- a/Administrator_Guide/en-US/sect-Kolab_Recipient_Policy_and_Web_Administration_Panel.xml
+++ b/Administrator_Guide/en-US/sect-Kolab_Recipient_Policy_and_Web_Administration_Panel.xml
@@ -23,7 +23,7 @@
</example>
<important>
<para>
- By default, the primary recipient email address is used as a globally unique identifier involving authentication (allowing login by email address), the user's mailbox name, mail delivery configuration, access control and the storage of user profiles. It is therefore very important a single primary recipient email address does not exist for two entries.
+ By default, the primary recipient email address is used as a globally unique identifier involving authentication (allowing login by email address), the user's mailbox name, mail delivery configuration, access control and the storage of user profiles. It is therefore very important that two entries do not share a single primary recipient email address.
</para>
</important>
@@ -33,7 +33,7 @@
<example id="exam-Administrator_Guide-Kolab_Recipient_Policy_and_Web_Administration_Panel-Transliteration_for_Different_Locales">
<title>Transliteration for Different Locales</title>
<para>
- Names can contain non-ASCII characters, as is the case with, for example, <emphasis>Marie Möller</emphasis> (German), while recipient email addresses may not contain such characters (i.e. <emphasis>marie.möller@example.org</emphasis> is an invalid email address.
+ Names can contain non-ASCII characters, as is the case with, for example, <emphasis>Marie Möller</emphasis> (German), while recipient email addresses may not contain such characters (i.e. <emphasis>marie.möller@example.org</emphasis> is an invalid email address.)
</para>
<para>
Without locale specific transliteration, the email address would become <emphasis>marie.moller@example.org</emphasis>. This is considered inadequate, as many users will experience this inappropriate, inconsiderate and/or awkward &ndash; it is the user's native tongue after all and transliteration is used in every-day life. Kolab Groupware should therefor also be able to apply the same transliteration rules specific to the user's native tongue.
@@ -60,7 +60,7 @@
Both components use the configuration settings <literal>primary_mail</literal> and <literal>secondary_mail</literal> as their policy configuration. These configuration items consist of a Python notation for string formatting, along with a limited number of string operations.
</para>
<para>
- The <literal>primary_mail</literal> setting contains a singular basestring to be used in simplistic string formatting, while the <literal>secondary_mail</literal> setting contains a numerically ordered list of singular basestrings to be used in string formatting, with the opportunity to execute some additional string operations such as substrings and capitalization.
+ The <literal>primary_mail</literal> setting contains a singular basestring to be used in simplistic string formatting, while the <literal>secondary_mail</literal> setting contains a numerically ordered list of singular basestrings to be used in string formatting, with the opportunity to execute some additional string operations such as substrings and capitalization. See <xref linkend="exam-Administrator_Guide-Kolab_Recipient_Policy_and_Web_Administration_Panel-Example_Primary_Email_Address_Recipient_Policy" /> for an example.
</para>
<example id="exam-Administrator_Guide-Kolab_Recipient_Policy_and_Web_Administration_Panel-Example_Primary_Email_Address_Recipient_Policy">
<title>Example Primary Email Address Recipient Policy</title>