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I tried to connect with Thunderbird (Lightning/Sogo connector) to Kerio Connect. No luck.

Then I checked the urls for the personal contacts and calendar directly in the web browser: http(s)://[mail.domain.com]/carddav and http(s)://[mail.domain.com]/caldav

Both urls give me a "501 Not Implemented" page: "The requested feature is not supported by this server. (URI /carddav)".

Is that the way it's supposed to work or does that indicate an error on the server side? The Kerio Connect version is 8.1.1 (1374).
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Pavel Dobry (Kerio)

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The URLs you're trying to test will not work in browser.

If you want to connect CardDAV client to the server, look at http://kb.kerio.com/product/kerio-connect/email-clients/mobi le-devices/manual-configuration-of-caldav-and-carddav-accoun ts-1327.html. The URL depends on the client. These URLs are for Apple iCal and Address Book. I recommend to consult CardDAV capabilities of SoGo client with the author of the plugin.
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