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jonte

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I've searched all over, but I can't find which port I should forward in the router to open Carddav SSL and Caldav SSL.

Apple Address book server and calender server uses 8008 for caldav and 8800 for carddav, but it seems like these are not the ports to use if using SSL?

As I suspect its the https protcol, I could use any of the ports listed on the HTTPS service in kerio? I've tried but didn't get it to work.
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zentinL

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All ActiveSync, CardDav and Caldav traffic goes over the standard https port of 443.
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But how come the iPhone can't find it? I've tried with accessing the server from safari on port 443, works. (of course)
But when I add an card dav account on the iPhone it thinks for 20 second to ask if it's ok to send the password uncrypted. What port is the iPhone trying?
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Is there any particular reason you aren't setting up the iPhone as an ActiveSync/Exchange client instead of Caldav and carddav?
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If you are using ActiveSync the phone will try to use 443
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BTW, if you haven't, look at the user manual. By default if trying to set it up as a CalDAV account instead of ActiveSync the iPhone uses port 8443. It will fail to verify that the server exists. Once you get past that step, you need to continue on and change the advanced settings and manually change the port to 443. It's explained in the manual.

http://manuals.kerio.com/connect/userguide/en/sect-iphone.ht ml#sect-iphone3
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