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rinzwind

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I can't sync my Kerio contacts to my new MacBook. Also LDAP search won't work while I can get this to work on Outlook 2007 on the Windows laptop.

KMS isn't bound to http, only https. Valid SSL certificate is in place.

LDAP Settings

name: mydomain-a
server: kms.mydomain-a.nl
search base: empty
port: 636 use SSL
range: subtree
username: user<_a.t_>mydomain-b.nl
password: password

Client OS Mac OS 10.4 (I do upgrade it later to 10.5)

I see what's going wrong in the KMS debug log. It tries to login with the default domain. Strange because while using Outlook 2007 I see the right domain name.

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My IT Indy

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Can you use the iSync connector? ldap is search only.

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rinzwind

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Yes, the Kerio iSync connector is working correctly. However, it is strange that the out-of-the-box LDAP search and the Exchange address book sync function won't work. Can anyone else confirm the LDAP problem? You have minimal 2 e-mail domains and try to use secured LDAP for the non-primary one.
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Pavel Dobry (Kerio)

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We have no report about non-working SSL LDAP from Mac. Please make sure that SSL certificate is trusted in Mac OS (otherwise you need to import it to the Keychain).

Could you send the logs (preferable debug log) to us? I can't guess where is the problem without more details.
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