Bug 761028 - Remove remaining references to Mozilla Messaging as a company name and update some more mozillamessaging.com links. r=Standard8
authoraceman <acelists@atlas.sk>
Tue, 12 Jun 2012 08:05:03 +0100
changeset 7839 467eb46bdb81f89c597436f458885027f7c4a8ef
parent 7838 e21ae8a0331fb56a7a238a908b7a503531865a32
child 7840 66fd6c14b77ff98654503943aff18a554b74cb2a
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bugs761028
Bug 761028 - Remove remaining references to Mozilla Messaging as a company name and update some more mozillamessaging.com links. r=Standard8 X-Channel-Repo: comm-central X-Channel-Converted-Revision: 26ae99d43de4d83a0a07d7ada4964ee292b460f8
mail/chrome/messenger/accountCreation.properties
--- a/mail/chrome/messenger/accountCreation.properties
+++ b/mail/chrome/messenger/accountCreation.properties
@@ -13,25 +13,25 @@ default_server_tag= (default)
 # Content of server port field (usually a number), used when the user didn't
 # enter anything yet and we'll automatically detect it later.
 port_auto=Auto
 
 # config titles
 # LOCALIZATION NOTE(looking_up_settings_disk): Referring to Thunderbird installation folder on user's harddisk. %1$S will be the brandShortName.
 looking_up_settings_disk=Looking up configuration: %1$S installation
 looking_up_settings_isp=Looking up configuration: Email provider
-# LOCALIZATION NOTE(looking_up_settings_db): Do not translate or replace Mozilla. It stands for the public project mozilla.org, not Mozilla Messaging. The database is a generic, public domain facility usable by any client.
+# LOCALIZATION NOTE(looking_up_settings_db): Do not translate or replace Mozilla. It stands for the public project mozilla.org, not Mozilla Corporation. The database is a generic, public domain facility usable by any client.
 looking_up_settings_db=Looking up configuration: Mozilla ISP database
 # LOCALIZATION NOTE(looking_up_settings_guess): We are checking common server names like pop., pop3., smtp., mail., without knowing whether they exist or really serve this email account. If a server responds, we try to talk to it via POP/IMAP/SMTP protocols and query its capabilities. If that succeeds, we assume we found a configuration. Of course, it may still be wrong, but it often works.
 looking_up_settings_guess=Looking up configuration: Trying common server names
 looking_up_settings_halfmanual=Looking up configuration: Probing server
 # LOCALIZATION NOTE(found_settings_disk): Referring to Thunderbird installation folder on user's harddisk. %1$S will be the brandShortName.
 found_settings_disk=Configuration found on %1$S installation
 found_settings_isp=Configuration found at email provider
-# LOCALIZATION NOTE(found_settings_db): Do not translate or replace Mozilla. It stands for the public project mozilla.org, not Mozilla Messaging. The database is a generic, public domain facility usable by any client.
+# LOCALIZATION NOTE(found_settings_db): Do not translate or replace Mozilla. It stands for the public project mozilla.org, not Mozilla Corporation. The database is a generic, public domain facility usable by any client.
 found_settings_db=Configuration found in Mozilla ISP database
 # LOCALIZATION NOTE(found_settings_guess): We tried common mail server names and we found a mail server and talked to it and it responded properly, so we think we found a suitable configuration, but we are only about 80% certain that it is the correct setting for this email address. There's a chance that email address may not actually be served by this server and it won't work, or that there is a better server.
 found_settings_guess=Configuration found by trying common server names
 found_settings_halfmanual=The following settings were found by probing the given server
 # LOCALIZATION NOTE(failed_to_find_settings): %1$S will be the brandShortName.
 failed_to_find_settings=%1$S failed to find the settings for your email account.
 manually_edit_config=Editing Config
 # LOCALIZATION NOTE(guessed_settings_offline) User is offline, so we just took a wild guess and the user will have to enter the right settings.