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samvenning

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I have also been experimenting with new CardDAV features in Kerio Connect 7.0.0 (patch 1, build 1101).

I've created two contact folders under the Public folder. One contact folder "Contacts" is read-only for staff. The other contact folder "Contacts to Add" provides staff (all users of the domain) with read and write privileges.

It seems Mac OS Address Book configured to access Public folder via CardDAV can not edit records in the Public contact folder that has read&write privileges (The folder "Contacts to Add"). Also, Address Book allows you to create additional records but these aren't added to the Public contacts folder with read and write privileges. (The folder "Contacts to Add").

I think Kerio documentation should clarify this and make any limitations explicit. Has anyone else experimented with this can care to share their experience? Thanks.
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marook

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Just testing here, and I can add to the GAL from my account - but I'm also listed as Admin of the Public Folders - maybe that is the key?

I'm a bit split here, as the GAL is auto-updated from the Users list...

It seems it adds a category 'My Contacts' to the cards edited via AB.. but how does it know it's Mine, and not just cards edited by someone.. is there set a Editor metadata also?

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Jakob Peterhänsel
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