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Hello. We have been running Kerio for many versions and we are using the contacts public folder.

But since the last versions, don't remember which, the public folder can only be seen on the web mail, and not on the os x client.

We have Kerio Connect 8.3.3 installed, and i am using Yosemite 10.10 on the client.
I have run the Kerio Installation package that i downloaded from the integration with mac page.

I log in to the web mail and can verify that my account can view (and edit) the contact public folder.
I verified that it was selected in the "Folders to sync" sections of the settings.
On the client, in the app Contacts, i cannot se any public folder.
If i try to add it the old way (New account, CardDav and url domain/carddav/users/domain/.public/) OS X says it says "The account already exists." and i cannot create it.

So, how can i view the public contacts folder on OS X Yosimtes Contacts application?

I can't find any information about it.

[Updated on: Fri, 24 October 2014 11:27]


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I can confirm, that since I upgraded from 10.9 to 10.10 the public folders are no longer accessible through the native mail client on a Mac.

Why that is I have no clue.


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Hello again.

Yes, this happened after an upgrade at first. Then i deleted alla accounts and ran the installation again, but no public folders.

After i wrote this, i completely reinstalled my computer with a clean version of OS X Yosemite (Not upgraded from 10.9) and ran the Kerio installation again. And now i can see the public folders, so that is good. Maybe an upgrade-bug or something form an old keri version lingering on my computer.
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