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At the moment, all our clients data is stored in a database. I would like to make the data available in Kerio.

I searched the documentation and forums and it looks like Kerio cannot retrieve all information from a LDAP server and store it in a public address book.

As kerio contains a LDAP server and the mail clients (like entourage or outlook) can update the contacts, is it possible to push the information into the kerio LDAP server?. I was thinking about writing a script that retrieves the info via SQL and then stores it via some LDAP-commands.

Is it possible to browse the tree in the kerio LDAP server?

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Wouter
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This sounds unlikely. I think the LDAP is read only.

Your best bet is to get the data via SQL and write it to a file which Outlook can understand (probably CSV) and then import the contacts into Outlook and onto the server. Of course that is a manual process so you won't be able to automatically keep the contacts up to date.

[Updated on: Mon, 19 May 2008 17:46]

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