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amedina

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Hi all,
I have a Mac OS Lion user and I want to connect the Apple's Contacts program to his Contacts in Kerio using carddav. I've already downloaded and run the "Kerio Connect Account Assistant" and is successfully connected, but under "Public Folders" there's various subfolders or contact groups that I haven't created. When I do a login to the webmail interface for the same user and go to "Public Folder" this groups does not appear. How can I know who's the owner of this groups or what can I do so they do not appear in the Apple's Contact via carddav? There's a way to filter the folders in CardDAV??

Please find attach a screen shot for the subfolders in public contacts.

Thank you and best regards

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Vicky

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Hi,

The groups you see in iCal are linked to Kerio categories. If you were to look at the contacts in the iCal groups in WebMail you would see that they belong to the category. iCal interprets Kerio categories as groups. This is normal behaviour.
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amedina

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Hi and thanks for your reply,
there's not a way to avoid this?

Best regards,
Alberto Medina
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Vicky

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Hi,

There is no way to avoid this sadly it is how CardDAV behaves with Kerio.
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