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j.turley

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Hi guys,

Does anyone know if its possible to set the iSync connector up to publish address book contacts directly into specified public contact folders?!!

Jason
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Atlan

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Syncing public contact works with isync connector
Syncing ical with OS X Leopard does not work
KMS 6.4.2
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My IT Indy

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Syncing iCal with Leopard doesn't work? Do you mean via caldav? Or are you talking about the isync connector?

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Atlan

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Hello rugby

first this comes from Germany, so English might by not so perfect
I´m talking about ical with isync connector
caldav works but you can´t sync back to KMS new ical appoinments created in my iPhone
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My IT Indy

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Hey, your english is fine. When you create a new item on your iPhone does it get entered into your iCal on your Mac? If it does then it should sync to KMS.

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j.turley

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Where in the Kerio iSync Connector do you specify which Public contacts folder address book entries are published. As far as I can see you can only select contacts for a particular user!!

Anyone?!!
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