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jonathan.hart

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Hi, I'm looking into being able to submit an email programmatically from our VB.Net application using WebDav talking to a Kerio connect server.

I have done this for Exchange but can't seem to work out the right syntax for Kerio.

Am I right in thinking it should be possible?

Can anyone help with the correct way to construct the url? e.g. in exchange I might have https://my.server.name/Exchange/myemailname<_at_>mydomain.com, but I can't seem to find anything that works with a Kerio server (I'm pointing to the web mail url with no sub folder).

Also - do you know if it is possible given login credentials with enough rights to query multiple users calendars? We'd like to pull in any 'away' time into our application (as they will be allocation tasks and it is handy to know when people are out/on holiday!).

Thanks very much to anyone who can help!

cheers

Jonathan
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elias

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jonathan.hart wrote on Fri, 16 July 2010 04:34
Hi, I'm looking into being able to submit an email programmatically from our VB.Net application using WebDav talking to a Kerio connect server.

Why use WebDav? Just use System.Net.Mail and point the SmtpClient.Host property to your Kerio server.

-Elias
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jonathan.hart wrote on Fri, 16 July 2010 13:34
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Also - do you know if it is possible given login credentials with enough rights to query multiple users calendars? We'd like to pull in any 'away' time into our application (as they will be allocation tasks and it is handy to know when people are out/on holiday!).


There is none!
Every users calendar is pr. default set to only allow the user to admin and nothing else.
You need to allow access to each calender from the users login.

But I would file a Ticket with Kerio about this at support.kerio.com

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Jakob Peterhänsel
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stewie

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Hi, Jonathan.

Are you talking about submitting a standard HTTP calDAV request or using webDAV to programmatically send email? If you can provide an example of what you're trying to accomplish maybe I can provide some help.

Thanks!
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jonathan.hart

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elias wrote on Tue, 20 July 2010 01:16

Why use WebDav? Just use System.Net.Mail and point the SmtpClient.Host property to your Kerio server.

-Elias


I'd like to use WebDav so that the email appears in the users Sent Items as normal Smile
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