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tkramis

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Just installed the new KMS 6.5 beta 7.

Caldav seems to work nicely with Apple iCal on Leopard using URL: https://www.example.com/caldav/user<_a.t_>example.com

Can you sync your adressbook now without the kms isync plugin by using "sync with Exchange server?" in the Adressbook Settings?

Tried to use server url: https://www.example.com/exchange/user<_a.t_>example.com

> This rejects my username/password that works on the caldav...

Didn't work out. Has anyone any idea? The user guide doesn't include this info yet I think...

Wouldn't make sense to have ical connect directly through caldav and just install plugin for adressbook?

[Updated on: Mon, 26 November 2007 18:46]

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tkramis

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actually I just got it to connect to kms by using following url:

https://www.example.com/exchange/user

But altough isync runns through, there are no changes displayed in webmail...
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tkramis,

Does CalDAV support two way synchronization and does it support multiple calendars to also include any shared calendars or calendars in the public folders? I'm just wondering if this is a complete substitution for iSync Connector with regards to calendars?

As for Address Book, I agree that it would be great if somehow we could sync without needing the iSync Connector or made another version of iSync Connector that supported the Address Book only. Maybe an iSync Connector for Leopard users with the new mail and iCal applications? I'm sure the previous Tiger versions of these applications would still need the full iSync Connector version.

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Pavel Dobry (Kerio)

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CalDAV allows two-way synchronization of calendar events and ToDos. This beta however, does not allow access to all CalDAV features (like delegation) therefore it is not possible to access shared or public calendars with this beta.

Address Book synchronization is can be configured through Exchange access in the Address Book: http://www.kerio.com/manual/kmsug/en/ch11s02.html

Please do not mix Kerio Sync Connector for Mac with other synchronization methods. KSC can synchronize only local calendars in iCal and contact in AddressBook. CalDAV account is synchronized by iCal itself. Exchange access in Address Book cannot be used together with KSC. You will have to choose - configure Address Book or use KSC (even with disabled calendars if you use CalDAV) for contact synchronization.
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tkramis

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I did exactly follow that instructions for setting up the adress book.

I don't find my contacts updated in webmail after synchronisation with iSync.
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cwachs

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With the CalDAV feature, I am getting the following error in iCal:

The server responded with
"HTTP/1.1 501 Not implemented"

I set this up by choosing "subscribe" and then entering https://host.domain.com/caldav/user<at>domain.com

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My IT Indy

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You don't subscribe to caldav. Open iCal, go to Preferences, and then accounts and then enter your information.

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