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    Default Personal dictionary

    Hi, we recently upgraded from 5.0.16 to 6.0.5 and we noticed that now, a user can add words to a personal dictionary.... So the question is, how a user can delete or query the words of his personal dictionary???..... I couldn't find any simple way that a regular user can do that......
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    I'm not sure there is a way for an end user to change their personal dictionary. If it really became necessary you could write some hook into zmprov to show all results of:

    zmprov ga username@domain zimbraPrefSpellIgnoreWord

    and if necessary remove them.

    Most programs which let users have their own dictionaries (MS Office, Open Office, Firefox, etc.) have a provision - even if its a pain in the neck - to remove misspellings that you may have added. To my knowledge such a thing doesn't exist in Zimbra for the end user but you may be able to request it via an RFE on bugzilla.

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    Thanks for your reply. Seems to be necessary an easy way for an end user to remove added words (specially misspelled words)... Anyway, I will request an RFE for do that......

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