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Howie Isaacks

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Apple is poised to start shipping Mac OS X 10.7 Lion this Summer. Is Kerio actively testing Kerio Connect with this new OS? I have tested Mail, iCal, and Address Book with Kerio Connect. The only thing that I cannot get to work is CalDAV. It looks like Apple may have changed the way that Addess Book works with CardDAV.
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Sorry, we can't comment on that topic. NDA.

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Howie Isaacks

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That's unfortunate, but thanks.
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oblaum

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does it work now with the latest beta from the apple wwdc? for me is mail and calendar important (not so much the addressbook)

i hope kerio does the update this time faster. i know it's may not easy.
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Howie Isaacks

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I'm sure that Kerio will come through with an update. Apple moves very agressively, and it's sometimes hard for other developers to stay caught up. I'm sure that Kerio is working on Lion compatibility. That being said, I can report that CalDAV works great, and so does Mail. I had to manually configure the CalDAV setttings though. I haven't tested Outlook with Kerio Connect while running Lion.
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spiggott

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What settings did you use for CalDAV? I haven't had any luck getting it to connect so far. Same goes for Address Book.
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Howie Isaacks

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For "in-house", or colo hosted servers, use the complete server path for the server address:

mail.domain.com/caldav/users/domain.com/UserName


For hosted Kerio, use this server path for the server address:

mail.domain.com/principals/users/domain.com/Username
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kreatre2010 wrote on Wed, 08 June 2011 10:26
For "in-house", or colo hosted servers, use the complete server path for the server address:

mail.domain.com/caldav/users/domain.com/UserName


For hosted Kerio, use this server path for the server address:

mail.domain.com/principals/users/domain.com/Username


Can you clarify the difference? My assumption would be that the first (in-house/colo) would be hosting only a single domain versus the hosted choice where there are multiple domains on the same box.

Thanks.

Cheers,
Jon
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Howie Isaacks

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When Kerio is hosting multiple domains, it stores the user accounts differently from how they're stored on a server running a single domain. Where I got this information is simply looking at the full server paths in iCal. You'll need to ask Kerio why there is a difference.
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spiggott

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Thanks, got iCal working. Address Book is a no go. Any thoughts?
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Howie Isaacks

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I've tried a lot of things, but CardDAV in Lion is a no-go. I suspect that Apple has made some subtle changes to CardDAV, so Kerio will need to release an update to deal with it. The key is to just make sure that your customers are aware of this, so that they're not calling you on a Sunday complaining about contacts not synching. I use Mobile Me for contacts myself, so I will be able to upgrade to Lion on Day 1.
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Anyone test Outlook 2011 with contact syncing in Lion? I'm assuming it would work fine, but I know where assuming gets me...

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Howie Isaacks

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My tests show that Outlook is working normally. Outlook is still using the current EWS service, which is not affected by Lion. The key here is that Outlook is not using Apple's native sych technologies. It is using technology built into Outlook.
Howie Isaacks

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kreatre2010 wrote on Mon, 30 May 2011 06:52
Apple is poised to start shipping Mac OS X 10.7 Lion this Summer. Is Kerio actively testing Kerio Connect with this new OS? I have tested Mail, iCal, and Address Book with Kerio Connect. The only thing that I cannot get to work is CalDAV. It looks like Apple may have changed the way that Addess Book works with CardDAV.



Looks like I made a flub in my initial post when I started this thread. I meant to say that CardDAV is the only thing that I cannot get to work. CalDAV seems to work great in Lion. Of course, the auto-config script doesn't work correctly, but the manual settings that I noted in a previous post will work.
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