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We have a mysql database containing addresses of our users.
I want to import these users into my kerio contacts.

As for the huge amount of addresses its not possible to manually enter these addresses.
Also I like to sync them every day..

So my idea is to write a perl script which saves the user data into different vcards (as someone here mentioned some time ago).

Then I want to copy these vcards somewhere on the server in a way that kerio shows them in my contacts.

Anyone has an idea how to do this?
I know that kerio saves the contacts in vcard format with email header in the user directory. I can produce files like this but don't know how to name the files so that kerio accepts them and updates the contacts.

Hope you understand my problem and what exactly I am trying to do.

Thx in advance for any advice


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