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Sarahjane77

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Can someone please explain to me how to properly set up a bi-directional syncing of my kerio public contacts and public calendars? Is this even possible? I updated to Apple's Mountain Lion because it said bugs were fixed with Kerio connect and I am still having the same issues. I am not able to update information from Address Book or iCal at the moment.
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Vicky

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Hi Sarah,

You need to make sure that you are configuring iCal/AddressBook with the account assistant from WebMail (You can get to this from the WebMail login screen 'Integration with Mac'). You also need to make sure you have the correct permissions for the calendars/contacts.
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Sarahjane77

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Hey Vicky,

Can you tell me what the correct permissions would be for my contacts? My Calendar is working perfectly, it's just my contacts that are buggy.

Thanks so much.

Sarah
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Sarahjane77

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My permissions are set as editor, but I am still having the same problems. I can't add contacts or edit them from address book.
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