So, I just made some tests here with CardDAV on KC7p1 and OS X Address Book on 10.6 + iPhone OS 3.1.2
Since Custom Labels is not supported in KSH, I was a bit eager to find out the status with CardDAV.
Custom Labels is a way of labeling data, like phone numbers, with labels such as 'iPhone' end other, besides the normal home, private, office, main & mobile.
After adding the CardDAV account to AB, I added a Public contact with a phone number on the card, with the label 'iPhone' (build in label in AB!)
Sync to Kerio and check in webmail: Nope, does not show up.
Drag the contact, in webmail, to the accounts Personal Contacts folder, and it shows up in AB in the personal Contacts account.
To my big joy, the contact there actually includes the phone number WITH the custom iPhone label!
So, seems like the backend in Kerio actually support custom labels at this point!
On to the iPhone: Create the Exchange account, check the contact in addressbook, but No Go - no custom labels!
So, big question (Kerio?) is: Where does the support break? Kerio Active Sync or the iPhones current Active Sync support?? Or just basic Active Sync protocol??????
Custom Label Support State:
Address Book: Yes
Kerio Backend: Yes
Kerio Webmail: NO
Active Sync: NO
Seems like iPhone address book sync still needs USB or MobileMe sync!
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Not 100% sure on this but seems like when I ran into this in the past and discussed it with kerio support it was an active sync limitation.
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