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Preeti

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Hi there,

I am right now developing a website, which will serve as a hub for all internally distributed application of our company. This application will allow the user to get their attendance records, call log, dashboard entries and all in one.

Now, i wanna merge their mail accounts too into the website. Here we are using Kerio Mail server 6.0, which would have been configured to Outlook Express for each employee.

For this purpose, i need to import the contacts and inbox messages from the mail server to my website page.

Can any one help me to import the contacts list from the mail server to my website page, so that i can use it here.

I had searched for the same on the net, and had found scripts that imports contacts from Yahoo, GMail, Hotmail and AOL, but nothing found for Kerio.

I am also unable to get the structure which the mail server, will return in case of successful login or the format in which contacts are stored, i.e. XML or what...???

Pls help me.

Thanks in advance.
- Preeti
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