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marook

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Hi All,

If the user is running OS X 10.5+ and Kerio MS 6.6, what's the best way to sync the contacts between the user and the Kerio account?

Kerio Sync Plugin or Address Books build-in 'Exchange' sync?

Any comparison?
Any things one does that the other does not?

One thing that seems the same, is that Address Book Groups does not work over the wire. So the groupping in my AB does not sync over to the webmail & the iPhone.
MobileMe does this, though, so ight now I sync contacts to the iPhone via MobileMe.

Regards,

Jakob Peterhänsel
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fincher

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I think you need to use the Kerio plug-in. Others here use it. I use MobileMe for Contacts and Calendars and Kerio for Exchange email.
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cwachs

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I have the same question. I am running KMS 6.6.1 and am trying to get Apple's AddressBook on OS X 10.5.5 to sync via the "Exchange Sync" in Address Book. It never syncs anything. I have confirmed my settings are accurate in Address Book for Exchange sync. I use Little Snitch to monitor network connections and Address Book never makes a connection.

Anyone been successful in getting Address Book to sync via Exchange Sync with Kerio? Works fine with the System Pref plugin but I'd prefer Exchange Sync (well, I'd prefer it to work).

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