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chrisgalvin

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I just recently upgraded to 10.6 and I can't get my iCal to synch to Kerio. Is there a workaround for the client machine?
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matthias_b

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witch version of KMS do you have?
you will need the version 6.7.3
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kevinneal

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what error are you getting, if you are using 10.6.2 we had problems until we changed the port to 8443 (and opened that port in our router, and in the KMS admin Services for HTTPS)
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chrisgalvin

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Yeah, I'm on 10.6.2 and I get the following error: [triangle explanation mark icon] No CalDAV servers were found for "Company Name." One of my coworkers is still running 10.5 and he is connected to the server.
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kevinneal

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try the port 8443 trick then, you never know.

First go into KMS Admin and click on Services, then choose Secure HTTP it should have port 443 set, add port 8443 to it.
Then open up port 8443 to your server by configuring port forwarding on your router or any firewall software you are using.
You can check port 8443 is accessible by putting the address to your webmail in your browser with :8443 at the end. eg mail.mydomain.com:8443
Then in iCal go to the account prefs and change the port to 8443 and make sure the server path is: /caldav/users/mydomain.com/myname/
SSL should be ticked.

This worked for me and someone else on the forum so its worth a shot
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Kcaldera

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Looks like it works for us too. Ical kept stating that it could not trust the Kerio certificate. After enabling port 8443 in Kerio HTTPS services and changing it in Ical, it seems to be working.

What I don't understand is why is it working? Why would the standard SSL and HTTPS ports not work? Is it an OS X 10.6 issue?
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