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Yvan

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Hi,

I search a way to import periodically some VCards from our CRM to Kerio Public directory.

My idea is the following workflow :
- delete all public contacts with Categorie 'BDD' in Public path
- import my VCards.

Today, I do this with a workaround method, with a perl script wich parses my VCards, that create .eml files directly in Public Store and force Kerio to reindex. But it causes some conflicts with GAL ...

I serach a best way to do this simple ...
Perhaps with API ?
Perhaps someone had already done that ?

Yvan

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Yvan GODARD
Kerio Connect 8.1 + OD Extension
Mac OS X Server 10.6.8
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Pavel Dobry (Kerio)

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Wow. Your current solution seems like a good recipe for a data loss or folder corruption.
I would recommend using some clever method like CardDAV client - eg. https://github.com/Kerio/cdav-connector
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