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mahoney362

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Hi guys,

currently running kerio mail server 7.0.1 within a server 2003 environment.

I have some clients that currently use mac os x 10.6 and need access to the global address list.

they dont use entourage but instead just have their kerio mailbox setup on iMail with POP.

Is anyone able to point me in the direction i need to go to enable users access to the global address list. Is it possible to use the sync connector for mac to do this or is there another process.

Thanks.
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Pavel Dobry (Kerio)

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mahoney362 wrote on Tue, 19 October 2010 04:47
Is anyone able to point me in the direction i need to go to enable users access to the global address list.

1. On the machine you want to set up, log in to Kerio webmail.
2. Settings: Integration with Mac
3. Auto-configure Address Book.
Note that you must log in to webmail using the name and password of the account you want to set up in Address Book.
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automatica

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On a similar note - once you have the GAL configured in Address Book for the Macs, how can you add or modify entries in the address book?
I have gone in (as the Kerio admin user) to web mail and modified the access rights to make all users from the domain have Editor privileges but when someone makes changes in Address Book to anything in the Global Address List, the changes don't propagate back to the server and therefore to other users.

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