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Hi,

I try to access public contacts folders following this instructions:

http://kb.kerio.com/product/kerio-connect/email-clients/mobi le-devices/manual-configuration-of-caldav-and-carddav-accoun ts-1327.html

First I've tried to connect with SOGO Connector in Firefox. Then I've tried to connect by the Kerio Java API:

https://github.com/Kerio/cdav-connector

In both cases I get 404 Errors when I form my URLs as written in the KB article.

What am I doing wrong?

TIA
Matthias
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Now I know a bit more about all this, thanks to a Mac, Tcpdump and the Java "cdav-connector":

The URL to retrieve ALL public contacts is: /public-contacts/DOMAIN/addressbook/ This URL nearly works with SOGO-Connector. SOGO can connect and reports the correct number of found contacts but does not synchronize them.

All contacts of all public contact folders get merged. There is no way to determin which contact belongs to which public folder. Neither it's possible to create a contact by DAV (e.g. on a Mac or by Java) in a certain public folder.

I've not tested what happens when a user has access to contacts of other users as I currently do not need this feature with DAV.

An other major Mad is that the web interfaces does not support all common field types e.g. "fax".
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