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Defines all the languages that are available to the application. Specify only native names of languages here.
Defines all the parameters for this notification transport.
Defines all the possible stats output formats.
Defines an action to create an email ticket in the customer user lists and business cards.
Defines an alternate login URL for the administrator interface.
Defines an alternate login URL for the agent interface.
Defines an alternate login URL for the external interface.
Defines an alternate logout URL for the agent interface.
Defines an alternate logout URL for the external interface.
Defines an icon with link to the google map page of the current location in appointment edit screen.
Defines available groups for the admin overview screen.
Defines chat communication channel.
Defines color of the sender label for the system articles.
Defines custom groups for the main menu. Additional menu groups are defined by adding new items and specifying their parameters. The “Name” key is used as a group identifier, and must be unique. If changed it must be updated in the “MenuGroup” key for all affected menu items. You can use the “Label” key to change the user-facing text for the menu group. Via the “Icon” key you can influence the type of the common icon which is rendered in front of the label. The “Order” key can be used to change the sorting order of the group, menu groups with higher value will sink to the bottom.
Defines custom groups for the new action menu. Additional menu groups are defined by adding new items and specifying their parameters. The “Name” key is used as a group identifier, and must be unique. If changed it must be updated in the “MenuGroup” key for all affected menu items. You can use the “Label” key to change the user-facing text for the menu group. The “Order” key can be used to change the sorting order of the group, menu groups with higher value will sink to the bottom.
Defines custom menu items for the main menu. Additional menu items are defined by adding new items and specifying their parameters. The “Group” and “GroupRo” arrays can be used to limit access of the menu item to members of certain groups with RW and RO permissions respectively. You can use the “Name” and “Description” keys to change the user-facing text of the menu item. The “Link” key must contain either the path to the application route or an external URL. Each menu item must belong to an existing “MenuGroup” in order to get displayed. Using the “AccessModule” you can limit the display of the menu item based on more complex conditions, the value should be the package name of the relevant module. Via the “AccessKey” you can define a keyboard shortcut to activate the menu item, even if the menu is not expanded. The “Target” key influences how the menu item will be opened (you can use “_blank” value to open the menu item in new window). The “Prio” key can be used to change the sorting order of the item in respect to its siblings, menu items with higher value will sink to the bottom. The “Active” key determines if the menu item is considered by the configuration (value 1) or ignored (value 0).
Defines custom menu items for the new action menu. Additional menu items are defined by adding new items and specifying their parameters. The “Group” and “GroupRo” arrays can be used to limit access of the menu item to members of certain groups with RW and RO permissions respectively. You can use the “Name” and “Description” keys to change the user-facing text of the menu item. The “Link” key must contain either the path to the application route or an external URL. Each menu item must belong to an existing “MenuGroup” in order to get displayed. Using the “AccessModule” you can limit the display of the menu item based on more complex conditions, the value should be the package name of the relevant module. Via the “AccessKey” you can define a keyboard shortcut to activate the menu item, even if the menu is not expanded. The “Target” key influences how the menu item will be opened (you can use “_blank” value to open the menu item in new window). The “Prio” key can be used to change the sorting order of the item in respect to its siblings, menu items with higher value will sink to the bottom. The “Active” key determines if the menu item is considered by the configuration (value 1) or ignored (value 0).
Defines custom quick access menu items to be shown in the top bar menu. Additional menu items are defined by adding new items and specifying their parameters. The “Group” and “GroupRo” arrays can be used to limit access of the menu item to members of certain groups with RW and RO permissions respectively. The “Name” key is used as an identifier for the menu item, and must be unique. You can use the “Description” key to change the user-facing text of the menu item. The “Link” key must contain either the path to the application route or an external URL. Each menu item must have the “Icon” key defined, which refers to the type of the common icon which is rendered for it. Using the “AccessModule” you can limit the display of the menu item based on more complex conditions, the value should be the package name of the relevant module. Via the “AccessKey” you can define a keyboard shortcut to activate the menu item. The “Target” key influences how the menu item will be opened (you can use “_blank” value to open the menu item in new window). The “Prio” key can be used to change the sorting order of the item in respect to its siblings, menu items with higher value will sink to the bottom. The “Active” key determines if the menu item is considered by the configuration (value 1) or ignored (value 0).
Defines default headers for outgoing emails.
Defines dynamic fields groups for the Process widget. “Key” defines the name of the group. “Value” defines the fields to be displayed. Example: “Key => My Group”, “Content: NameX, NameY”.
Defines email communication channel.
Defines expiration period in days for trusted browsers. After this time period, trusted browsers will be cleaned up automatically. In order to trust browsers indefinitely, please disable this setting.
Defines fallback language for the external interface.
Defines groups for preferences items.
Defines groups for the main menu. Additional menu groups are defined by adding new items and specifying their parameters. The “Name” key is used as a group identifier, and must be unique. If changed it must be updated in the “MenuGroup” key for all affected menu items. You can use the “Label” key to change the user-facing text for the menu group. Via the “Icon” key you can influence the type of the common icon which is rendered in front of the label. The “Order” key can be used to change the sorting order of the group, menu groups with higher value will sink to the bottom.
Defines groups for the new action menu. Additional menu groups are defined by adding new items and specifying their parameters. The “Name” key is used as a group identifier, and must be unique. If changed it must be updated in the “MenuGroup” key for all affected menu items. You can use the “Label” key to change the user-facing text for the menu group. The “Order” key can be used to change the sorting order of the group, menu groups with higher value will sink to the bottom.
Defines groups in which users cannot customize their organizer.
Defines how many deployments the system should keep.
Defines how the From field from the emails (sent from answers and email tickets) should look like.
Defines if agents are required to setup at least one two-factor authentication method.
Defines if customer users are required to setup at least one two-factor authentication method.

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SysConfig
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i18n/otrs/otrs.pot, string 6286