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p0ddie

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Hey,

installed Kerio Connect 7.0.0 RC1 yesterday to tinker around with it.

Server: OS X 10.5 Server
Client: 10.6.2

I installed the Address Book config util and now it shows my Address Book as a CardDAV entry, all records are there. The Public Folders CardDAV entry however shows the spinning thingy to implicate it's working, but no adresses ever show up. This is a test system so I only have around 100 entries in the public folders.

I let it try to sync the public folders for a good 20 minutes, no luck.

I figure this is a bug that's not sorted out yet, so:

- how can I help to get this straight?
- if I set my domain users to have write permissions to the public folders, will they be able to edit addresses in the public folders via CardDAV, or is this again read-only?


- I may not have read it correctly, but I was under the impression I could subscribe to someone's shared contacts via CardDAV. Is that true? If so, how do I do it?
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marook

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File a bug at support.kerio.com!

Regards,

Jakob Peterhänsel
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p0ddie

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Surely did so.

Anyway, does anyone else have this or am I just dumb? I want to know what to expect so I can plan how to proceed with a customer having 10.000 addresses that need to be edited and viewed by a staff of 20 people...
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