Can Japanese XP Pro work w/Exchange 2003

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I setup Exchange 2003, mixed mode, to support 9 workstations and the server. During the install process, 3 workstations were identified for Japanese use. Management had purchased 3 new XP Pro Japanese CPUs. Further instruction was to use MSOffice Outlook 2000 but allow users access to SHard printing and folders. NOTED ISSUES: Japanese workstations slow on bootup, takes a long time on some instances. As it stands Japanese workstations are not part of Exchange. Users have their own POP3 email accounts. Is their a conflict for Japanese XP Pro logon w/English Exchange 2003. Please advise.

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For the first issue goto the control panel on Exchange server and click Regional and Language Options. Add the Japanese language. That should clear up the language barrier.

Japanese workstations are slow to boot up. They have a translation package that has to boot along with the OS.

Good Luck.

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