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Exchange 2007 and Germany Outlook clients

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I have Exchange 2007 running in our head office in Canada.  Remote users already connect to Exchange throughout North America via rpc/https.  We have Germany clients that run German windows 7/XP and office 2007/2010.  We will be taking over their network and migrating the users to our exchange environment.  My questions are:

1. Are there any caveats with attaching German outlook/windows to our north American exchange environment.
2. Do I have to install any language packs for exchange?
3. Do I need to run any type of prep work on our exchange environment or can i just add them normally like our north American remote users?

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There shouldn't be any issue adding another language client as core of those language are the same.

I have had English Exchange supporting Japanese Windows 7 no problem.
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Thank you
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