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jcwelch

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So, with Kerio now supporting EWS for Outlook 2011, does it also support Snow Leopard Apps? I.e. mail/ical/ab using EWS?

I ask because we still, having implemented every.single.fix kerio can come up with, cannot get iCal and autocomplete to work reliably and correctly. I have no doubt it's an iCal issue, it's a remarkably horrid little application, but i'm stuck with it.

So, if Snow Leopard's EWS applications work with connect, i was going to try that, and bypass CalDAV/CardDAV all together.
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iTinyK

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Hello There

As far as my beta testing went SL did not connect. They might enable this in point update. But my guess would be they will push this in 10.7 Loin. SL and Exchange 2007/10 is not all that good. 10.7 they have done loads of work on Address Book and iCal.

I feel your pain on the Dav stuff.

Cheers
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Pavel Dobry (Kerio)

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jcwelch wrote on Tue, 24 May 2011 18:23
So, with Kerio now supporting EWS for Outlook 2011, does it also support Snow Leopard Apps? I.e. mail/ical/ab using EWS?

I ask because we still, having implemented every.single.fix kerio can come up with, cannot get iCal and autocomplete to work reliably and correctly. I have no doubt it's an iCal issue, it's a remarkably horrid little application, but i'm stuck with it.

So, if Snow Leopard's EWS applications work with connect, i was going to try that, and bypass CalDAV/CardDAV all together.


Kerio Connect currently supports only Outlook 2011 over EWS. Mac native applications are not supported.
However, Kerio Connect 7.2.0 implements next generation of CalDAV protocol, which uses native CalDAV calls for user address autocomplete instead of LDAP (on Mac OS X 10.6). So it is much more reliable now and you should give it a try. (BTW: After upgrading you can remove the Kerio MailServer account from Directory Utility on Mac client).
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Kerio_pdobry wrote on Tue, 24 May 2011 19:36

However, Kerio Connect 7.2.0 implements next generation of CalDAV protocol, which uses native CalDAV calls for user address autocomplete instead of LDAP (on Mac OS X 10.6). So it is much more reliable now and you should give it a try. (BTW: After upgrading you can remove the Kerio MailServer account from Directory Utility on Mac client).

That's FANTASTIC! I can't wait to try that out... but I think I'll wait for 7.2.1 Razz

Regards,
Rene Frej Nielsen
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jcwelch

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Kerio_pdobry wrote on Tue, 24 May 2011 19:36


Kerio Connect currently supports only Outlook 2011 over EWS. Mac native applications are not supported.
However, Kerio Connect 7.2.0 implements next generation of CalDAV protocol, which uses native CalDAV calls for user address autocomplete instead of LDAP (on Mac OS X 10.6). So it is much more reliable now and you should give it a try. (BTW: After upgrading you can remove the Kerio MailServer account from Directory Utility on Mac client).


OH MY GOD, THANK YOU SO MUCH!
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