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Hello, I am trying to find a way, if it is doable with Kerio to have a Public section of addresses that multiple users can access from Apple Address Book. But I need to be able to have groups also. It seems as if the Kerio Sync Connector only brings over all addresses and not groups? I see that I can create more folders or subfolders in the Public area for addresses, but I don't see how it will help with what I am trying to do. Any other suggestions or different ways to do this, even if it means creating another user just for addresses?


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Is there any reason you wouldn't want to use the Global Address List? Each of my users use their username and password for the Kerio Sync Connector, which then pulls down the Global Address List, creates a Global Address List group in address book and populates it with the information pulled from the GAL.
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