If you use any IBM® Lotus® Quickr™ server that stores non-English content, you must set up the server to generate output using UTF-8 encoding so that page content displays correctly in non-English languages.
The Installation section of this documentation contains more detail on how to set up a server to generate output using UTF-8 encoding.
To enable people who use double-byte character set (DBCS) languages, such as Japanese or Chinese, to use My Places, you must enable single sign-on authentication on the server. In addition, you must use the notes.ini file to configure the DBCS language to use. See the Configuring section of this documentation for more information.
Parent topic: Planning