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JonoBrain

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Hi

I have just installed Kerio 6.6 on Leopard Server. All the clients are also running Leoapard.

I want to use iCal with user being able to see availability. I was originally going to use the Open LDAP server for the global address book but from what I have read I don't think is possible if you want to use the auto completetion. So instead I am using the inbuilt Kerio LDAP. I have tested a few machines using the iCal auto setup but when I go to address book and search the directory it brings back two results for each user, it appears one is the actual Mailbox, and the other is the Global Address book entry.

Is there a way to control what results come back, its very confusing to bring back the Global Address book in a directory search and the iCal functionality (busy/free) doesn't seem to work if the global address book entry is selected.

Can anyone please offer any advice?
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indigospring

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It seems to return matches from all contacts folders the user has access to - their own and the Public one. Address Book has the same behaviour if you click on Directories and search.

The reason is obvious if you see what the iCal setup script has done. Fire up Directory Utility. A second source has been added for LDAP contacts searching. The connection is authenticated as the user who ran the installer. But this is system-wide - so absolutely useless on a shared workstation. And if you run it again it will keep adding more and more copies of the same LDAP server Sad

I haven't tried removing the authentication yet...
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