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mightymike

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A client has quit a large Addressbook and uses the Kerio Sync Connector on OS X 10.5 to sync the contacts with Kerio Connect.

This setup would seem to be ideal from the Time Machine backup because you make use of the native Addressbook on your mac instead of a CardDAV account that isn't backupped in the way you want Time Machine to backup anyway.

Now we have had a problem with missing contacts and wanted to recover contacts through Time Machine (since the sync with Kerio Sync Connector had gone dead on the point it maybe even screwed up the contacts itself...) we discovered that they are actually not being backupped by Time Machine in the way a regular addressbook should.

Any comments on this and why the sync through the Sync Connector makes the backup any different than a "On my Mac" addressbook?

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