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conviator

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hi

I need to read/write task, contacts and calendar data for a kerio account to sync with other systems.

calendar data I can do - webdav/caldav except I dont really know how to only get the changes - but thats probably do to limitations on the component Im using. But I can read and write calendar data, so fine.

Im now trying to do the same for contact data by using webdav. Im doing a directory list on http servername/contacts/DOMAIN/USER/Contacts

this does give me a lot of URIs returned so Im gussing im "reading the dir list" based on the correct URL in the first place, correct? any documentation anywhere on the URLs to use for webdav?

but if I then take one of the returned URI and try to get the resource I always get a 404 resonse.

am I correct in the first place to try to read contacts using webdav?
is the URL for the contact list ok?
any ideas why the returned URI does not point to the actual resource/contact?
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Vicky

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Hi Conviator,

I think you are in the wrong forum. We have a separate API Writers forum here:

http://forums.kerio.com/f/38/

I would suggest posting this in that forum as you will get more information from that forum.

Vicky
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conviator

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thanks, but thats a private forum I think - I dont have access to this forum. But I think its also more for the kerio API? Anyway - dont have access
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