If these defaults are not the correct values for your locale, be sure to change them before you run either of the migration programs. For example, the values in Japanese would be as shown in the left column here.
The Setup program automatically configures both the Data Migration Wizard (for batch migrations) and the SSDM (for per-desktop migrations) with these English-language values for Outlook Categories as shown in the right column here.
The Setup program automatically sets the name of the "All Documents" folder in Exchange, which receives orphaned documents from Notes' "All Documents" folder. The folder is named "All Documents" (in English) by default, but you can assign any other valid folder name. The parameter is set in two different places for the Data Migration Wizard and the Self-Service Desktop Migrator, so you should reset the folder name in both places.
The Global Defaults, Task Parameters, and notesdtapp.ini file contain parameter sections that specify the names of migrated Outlook folders in various languages. For example, the section for Japanese [JPN] appears in the example here. The Data Migration Wizard refers to the appropriate section when naming new Outlook folders. (The wizard determines the "appropriate" language section by reading the Windows locale.)
The Global Defaults and notesdtapp.ini file contain sections for several common languages, and common variants of the world's primary languages—for example, French as spoken in France vs. Canada vs. Belgium vs. Monaco, and so forth. But the default program parameters do not include sections for many less common language variants.
The Global Defaults and notesdtapp.ini file do, however, contain sections for more generic forms of the world's primary languages, so if the wizard can't find a section for a language variant associated with a particular locale, the wizard will instead consult the more generic section. In Quebec, for example, if the wizard can't find a section for [FRC] (Canadian French), it will instead use the folder names specified in [FR] (generic French). In releases prior to 18.104.22.168, the wizard would default to English-language folder names if it couldn't find a section for a particular language variant.
If the default program parameters do not contain a section for the language variant associated with your locale, and if you don't want to use the more generic language alternative, you can create a new section for the language variant you want. You can add a new section to the Global Defaults, or notesdtapp.ini, or both. The section name must be exactly three letters, and must conform to the conventions of the Language TLAs for Various Locales table (below).