# The config-cascade aware properties for mail categories

# General capability to enable/disable mail categories for primary inbox
#
# Default is false
com.openexchange.capability.mail_categories=false

# Switch to show or hide mail categories feature
#
# Default is true
com.openexchange.mail.categories.enabled=true

# Switch to force showing the mail categories feature.
# If set to true the com.openexchange.mail.categories.enabled property is always true and cannot be changed.
#
# Default is false
com.openexchange.mail.categories.forced=false

# The fallback name of the default general category.
#
# Defaults to General
com.openexchange.mail.categories.general.name.fall back=General

# For each language which should be supported a translated name for the general category should be defined.
# For each entry [locale] must be replaced with a ISO-639-2 language code followed by a underscore followed by a ISO-3166 country code (e.g. de_DE or en_US)
#
# NOTE: Please use unicode notation for non-ascii characters; e.g. Entwu00fcrfe
#
# No default values
com.openexchange.mail.categories.general.name.[locale]=


# There are two types of categories: 'system' and 'user' categories.
#
# System categories are predefined categories which includes predefined rules.
# The hoster is able to force showing the system categories.
# In addition the user is unable to rename them.
#
# User categories are a finite set of categories which can be used by the user to create own categories.
# Thats means that there are no predefined rules. This categories cannot be forced but they can be renamed by the user.
# The hoster should nevertheless give them some meaningful names to help the users.


# Specifies a comma separated list of system category identifiers ([category]).
#
# System categories can be forced but not renamed.
# Please note that the use of general is prohibited!
#
# No default value
com.openexchange.mail.categories.identifiers=

# Specifies a comma separated list of user category identifiers ([category]). E.g.: uc1,uc2,uc3
#
# User categories can be renamed but not be forced.
#
# Please note that the use of general is prohibited!
#
# No default value
com.openexchange.mail.user.categories.identifiers=

# For each available category defined in com.openexchange.mail.categories.identifiers and com.openexchange.mail.user.categories.identifiers,
# an own set of the properties may be defined,
# replacing [category] with the actual identifier. Refer to the following
# template for available configuration options, or further down for a simple
# example.

# == Template ================================================== ================================================== ====

# Specifies the category's flag name that is supposed to be used for filter/search expressions executed by mail back-end;
# e.g. com.openexchange.mail.categories.offers.flag=
# Required.
#
# No default value
com.openexchange.mail.categories.[category].flag=

# Specifies whether the category is forced; meaning a user is not allowed to disable the category.
# Required. Only for system categories.
#
# Default is false
com.openexchange.mail.categories.[category].force=false

# Specifies whether the category is activated/deactivate for a user. Only effective if force is set to false.
# This setting can be set by a user.
# Required.
#
# Default is true
com.openexchange.mail.categories.[category].active=true

# Specifies the category's fall-back name.
# Required.
#
# No default value
com.openexchange.mail.categories.[category].name.fallback=

# For each language which should be supported a translated name for the general category should be defined.
# For each entry [locale] must be replaced with a ISO-639-2 language code followed by a underscore followed by a ISO 3166 country code (e.g. de_DE or en_US)
#
# NOTE: Please use unicode notation for non-ascii characters; e.g. Entwu00fcrfe
#
# No default values
com.openexchange.mail.categories.[category].name.[locale]=


# == Specific categories go here ================================================== ====================================

# Example for category offers

# com.openexchange.mail.categories.offers.flag=
# com.openexchange.mail.categories.offers.force=fals e
# com.openexchange.mail.categories.offers.active=tru e
# com.openexchange.mail.categories.offers.name.fallb ack=Offers
# com.openexchange.mail.categories.offers.name.de_DE =Angebote
# com.openexchange.mail.categories.offers.name.fr_FR =Offres
# com.openexchange.mail.categories.offers.name.it_IT =Offerte