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Dansguardian - foreign language pages exceed weighted phrase limit

Posted on 2006-03-21
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Last Modified: 2010-08-05
How do I configure dansguardian for multiple language?
A user gets "Weighted phrase limit exceeded."
He is browsing news papers, all the pages have .no (Norwegian) ending.
We have multiple languages spoken in the office, so I need a solution.
Question by:SIL-Mozambique

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I figured it out myself. I just put the country code (i.e. .no) in the exceptionsitelist

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