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Setup - Kerio Connect 8.3.1 (virtual machine) and OS X 10.9.4 clients.

All users are seeing address cards for people in the Public contacts folder multiplying in front of their eyes. The Public contacts folder has around 1000 entries, but after some time Contacts on their Mac will show 10 or 20 times as many with individual cards replicated many times. When this happens opening Contacts causes the Mac to slow to a crawl.

There's a possibly related issue with iCloud Keychain - when this is enabled duplicate CardDAV accounts will appear. They're visible as separate address books in Contacts and listed as separate accounts in Contacts Preferences, but in System Preferences / Internet Accounts they only show up as one merged account. Deleting the excess account then reveals the other one.

Is anyone else seeing similar issues? It seems to be a 10.9.4 bug, but the duplicated public contacts seems to coincide with installing 8.3.1

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Did you ever get an answer on this?

We just upgrades to 8.3.3 on Linux and our Public contacts have duplicated
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