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koffie

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Hi,

We have a custom database full of contacts it can export to almost any format.
Our plan was to export the contacts and trough a WebDav connection drop them in the respective folder which Kerio uses to hold contact information. And hopefully let it update automatically.

We managed to make a WebDav connection to the CardDav principal URL and see two folders but they both contain nothing and also can't drop any files in.
So we are kind of stuck as Kerio Support also can't help with this.

Does anyone have an idea about how to sync contacts from an external database to Kerio?
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helping

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Well, if it's a one time thing, export to a format some Kerio-compatible program can read and sync it over that way.

If it's recurring, seems like you'd have to have your external database acting as a client so that it could communicate these changes?
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