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How can I change default text in the invitation e-mail?

Community Beginner ,
Nov 11, 2008 Nov 11, 2008

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Hi
Is there anyone that knows how to change the default text in the e-mail invitations? I want to change the english text to somthing in my language.

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New Here ,
Nov 12, 2008 Nov 12, 2008

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I have wondered that myself... I have even asked... everyone says it's not an option. I could be wrong... I would have to defer to the Adobe guys. I am on Connect everyday doing something with curriculum. I have found several issues that I wish Adobe would correct or add. I see that the new service pack has addresses one of them (custom reports) although, I still see bugs.

I would love to be part of the their team that works toward making it better.

Changing notifications is one thing. As far as language, that is a different issue.

~Angie

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Community Beginner ,
Nov 25, 2008 Nov 25, 2008

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This was possible on version 6 of Connect Pro. I can't find the email with detailed instructions, but all the email default text is stored in the xml file. This file is editable, but you must be EXTREMELY careful. If you accidentally change a parameter you could bring the whole thing down. The file name I had was 18-03-01-09-42_en.xml. I decided it wasn't worth the trouble, but support should be able to give you the file location and exact name for your system. Hope this helps.

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Nov 25, 2008 Nov 25, 2008

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Hi KW Fitz
Thanks for the help, I'll try to locate the xml file and make the changes.

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