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I received a request to have a Company Directory listed on an intranet site. Currently they have a temp fill-out a spreadsheet and print it off and pass it out.
Going through the documentation for Connect I noticed you can add Anonymous access to certain folders and these "Folders with anonymous access can be also accessed by special scripts." (From manuals.kerio.com/connect/userguide/en/sect-folders.html )

What I can't find out is how to access those locations via a script or even provide a URL for vendors or something similar. Is there documentation on that I can look at?

I've seen a few places that say you can not provide access to these locations anonymously through webmail, but if I had a URL, I could use my own script (pass along a dummy user that has access to the location) and parse the code.

Is there a simpler way to do this? It seems like the structure is there just waiting to be used.

Brian Wilcox
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