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Hey everyone. Just curious, and this may be a stupid thought wrought with ignorance. Does anyone know of a way to leverage the LDAP server of Kerio to use my contacts as a label maker so to speak. In other words. I use my Kerio address book to keep all of my email contacts, but is there a front end to be able to keep all my contacts and query them and print labels too.

As things sit now we have our Kerio address book for email contacts and an Access data base for all contacts. When we need to print a set of labels for say our executive committee, we do a query in access and print out those label where the field "executive committee" = "1". I would like to try to use Kerio to do this, it seems LDAP should help us to do that? i.e. a piece of software that could use the LDAP interface to suck in the kerio contacts and then it would allow us to query them and print out labels. Thanks
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Lyle M

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Not sure about the Windows world, but we use MS Entourage and Apple's Address Book.app to query our LDAP databases (Kerio and Apple Open Directory). Address Book is quite adept at printing envelopes and labels.
I'd be surprised if you couldn't find an LDAP savvy program for this purpose in the Windows world. Perhaps even Outlook.
A quick search at download.com yielded this reasonably priced option:

http://www.download.com/Address-Express/3000-2074_4-10422138 .html?tag=lst-0-1

Instructions for configuring LDAP clients to talk to Kerio is found here:

http://www.kerio.com/manual/kms/en/ch19s02.html

Good luck!
-Lyle Millander
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