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pcdynamics

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I'm creating a php web application and have some issues when updating/removing contacts in the public contacts folder

Creating a new contact in the public folder contacts does work by using this url: //mailserver/contacts/domain/user/Public%20folders/contacts/ (sorry, this is my first post and I can't use url's yet, should be https in front)
But updating and deleting a contact doesn't work (html error 404 not found)

When using the same logic (code) for updating/deleting personal contacts everything does work fine:
url: //mailserver/contacts/domain/user /contacts/

Maybe i'm using a wrong url for the public contacts?
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queloz

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I have the same problem here.

Any news on this?


Thanks, Ron.
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