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eduardocostacruz

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Hello,

I'm a Kerio Connect user and we are installing Cisco CallManager 10.5. We want to integrate the "Contacts" from Kerio to CallManager "Personal Directory".
Is this integration possible?
Now we have the Cisco "Corporate Directory" showing the Windows Active Directory entries.

Thank you

Eduardo
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Vicky Tripp (Kerio)

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Hi Eduardo,

At the moment Kerio does run its own LDAP server but this is limited to just responding with the email address and full name of the user. If the Cisco call manager can manage a CardDAV connection then you will be able to get further contact information such as phone numbers...

I hope this helps,
Vicky

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eduardocostacruz

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I think I will need to do a XML Service for Cisco Phone.

What's address to access the CardDAV info from Kerio?

How to setup cardDavMATE, for example, to connect with kerio?

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