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banshee_z71

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Just wondering if anyone has had any luck syncing Kerio with SugarCRM. Email works great from Sugar now just trying to figure out Calendars and contacts. I think contacts can be done with LDAP.

Thanks
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22design

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HI There,

How did you get the email to work in sugar? I can't get it to send out from sugar let alone the calendar.


Any ideas?
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banshee_z71

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Mail seems to work well withing Sugar.

First go to Email > Settings

Make sure your server has a service installed to send mail. The most popular for a php server is of course 'sendmail'

Are you able to download mail from the server?

It is most likely that the Mail Server Address is incorrect. Hopefully my screenshot will help.

[img]index.php?t=getfile&id=1581&private=0[/img]

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22design

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Hi,

Is the php server something I turn on in kerio or an application I need to download and install onto the mailserver?

Thanks for your help

David
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TSAquitaine

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Hi

Since our Kerio's address book can't be synchronised and contacts can't easily be modified/created in Thunderbird or such software, it would be nice to use a REAL address book (using more standard rules than Kerio's...) instead of Kerio's default adress book

Is it still impossible with Kerio MailServer 6 (don't know minor revision) to use SugarCRM's contacts ?
Synchronizing Calendar would also be a great thing.

Thanks ! Smile

PS : I found an older topic, Posted On: Mon, 04 September 2006

[Updated on: Thu, 15 October 2009 21:09]

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