But the localization wizard says the below and refer to localized rule types.
I didnt found Correspondence ruletype in it.
The wizard begins the localization process by identifying field values and text strings used in your application ruleset user interface rules. Text includes labels, captions, ToolTips, and instructions that appear in user-facing rules such as harness, section, flow action, list view, summary view, message, or portal. HTML text used in HTML paragraphs, correspondence and correspondence fragment rules is also identified.
That is weird. Because localization wizard does give the option to translate the correspondence. Refer the "Wizards" section under this article : https://pdn.pega.com/node/55806
Just to be sure about it, I created a correspondance rule on my local 719 environment and ran localization wizard. The exported excel does contain the corresondance rule option : Refer screenshot.
However it shows " External Translations" under the Translation column. Basically . some translations are completed in files outside the spreadsheet. In these cases, click on the "External Translation" link in the excel sheet. This will open a folder containing two files. One file is "Base.txt" and contains the base translation for the file. This file should not be modified. It is included so the translator can check the original text as needed. The other file is "Translation.txt" and this is where the translation should be made.