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I was wondering if somebody can help me out with the non-documented requests for the kerio connect API. Ultimately I'm looking for a way to embed/edit calendars and contacts into a web application we're using internally at my company.

I'm using the Kerio APIs Client Library for PHP 1.3 from nnect. Following the examples I've built a demo application. Further following this post, my demo app can request all contacts.

require_once(dirname(__FILE__) . '/src/KerioConnectApi.php');
$api = new KerioConnectApi('CardDav Application', 'reseen GmbH', '1.0');


$api->login('hostname', 'user', 'password');

$params = array(
	'folderIds' => array(),
	'query' => array(
		'start' => 0,
		'limit' => 500

$response = $api->sendRequest('Contacts.get', $params);

Now I was looking for ways to edit those users or get calendar data, but I can't find any documentation on which methods or parameters I have to pass to this method:

$api->sendRequest('Contacts.get', $params);

I did take a look at the documentation here and I've either missed it or the methods I'm looking for are not documented there.

Can anybody help me out with this?
Petr Dobry (Kerio)

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Published Kerio API for Connect is only for Kerio Connect administration (configuration). It does not have methods to access any user data.

If you want to implement CardDAV or CalDAV client, you have to use some standard CardDAV/CalDAV implementation or framework.

Petr Dobry
Product Development Manager | Kerio
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