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rfink

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After installing Kerio Connect 8.2 i installed with integration in mac the apple adressbook.

My Contacts ar visible but now no public contacts in apple adressbook.

What's wrong?

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desven

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I've noticed this as well and did configure them manually like described here: KB 1327

The question is: Why did they remove the config from the assistant?
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blswjames

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We're experiencing this problem too.

How does one configure this manually?

The assistant was the only way we knew how to get those added to Address Book since Apple doesn't give users an editable text field for that URL.

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desven

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Just add an CardDAV Account and enter the Public Contacts URL as CardDAV Server address.
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Kerio@Herrmannsdorfer

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We had a support incident with that issue as well.

The following advice from the Kerio developers fixed that:

The Kerio Connect account assistant can be forced to configure public folders. ServerInfo.plist in the downloaded package contains a "false" value which has to be changed to "true". Here are the steps to follow:

1. Download Kerio Connect account assistant but do not start it yet.
2. In Terminal, go to a directory where the tool is downloaded (command works recursively) and copy-paste:

find . -name ServerInfo.plist -print0 | xargs -0 sed -i '' -e 's/false/true/g'

3. Run the tool, public folders should be configured.

I expect this fix included in the next minor release.

HTH

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