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I'm trying to get reliable synching with either Exchange synch or Kerio Synch Connector in Apple Address Book.

I've had KSC setup for a while, but it seems to have stopped working. It claims to have successfully synched, but the changes haven't been pushed to the server (or vice versa).

It appears the only way I can get an Exchange synch to work is if I force one through the iSync menu. The hourly synch as defined in Address Book isn't being triggered.

Here's a snippet of the log showing the first and second transactions for an Exchange synch. I'm bothered by the 401 Unauthorized error on the first connection.

[10/Feb/2010 15:14:47][173756416] {https} HTTP connection from started
[10/Feb/2010 15:14:47][173756416] {https} HEAD request for URI /exchange/seg/Contacts
[10/Feb/2010 15:14:47][173756416] {https} User-Agent header: Translator (unknown version) CFNetwork/438.14 Darwin/9.8.0 (i386) (iMac7%2C1)
[10/Feb/2010 15:14:47][173756416] {https} Response: HTTP/1.1 401 Unauthorized
[10/Feb/2010 15:14:47][173756416] {https} Request finished in 0.00 s, received 197 bytes, sent 500 bytes
[10/Feb/2010 15:14:47][173756416] {https} HTTP connection from finished
[10/Feb/2010 15:14:47][54115328] {https} HTTP connection from started
[10/Feb/2010 15:14:47][54115328] {https} HEAD request for URI /exchange/seg/Contacts
[10/Feb/2010 15:14:47][54115328] {https} User-Agent header: Translator (unknown version) CFNetwork/438.14 Darwin/9.8.0 (i386) (iMac7%2C1)
[10/Feb/2010 15:14:47][54115328] {https} Response: HTTP/1.1 200 OK
[10/Feb/2010 15:14:47][54115328] {https} Request finished in 0.01 s, received 240 bytes, sent 228 bytes
[10/Feb/2010 15:14:47][54115328] {https} HTTP connection from finished

Does anyone have things working and hints on how to get it running smoothly?


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