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I believe the answer will be "no", but I figure it's worth asking. I have a client who just converted out of a Now Contact environment. iCal is working great using CalDAV to get their calendars shared, but Address Book doesn't give me any intuitive way to access the Public contacts folder (whereas iCal does public calendars fine).

I'd love to find a workaround that'll let me use Address Book - I know they can access it through Entourage or webmail, but they like the Apple apps.

-Josh Turiel
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Go with your belief. Address Book stinks.

Theoretically with CardDAV coming in Snow Leopard, things should improve once Kerio releases a CardDAV compatible Kerio MailServer.

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