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I'm working on a custom CardDAV client integration where we will be uploading contact records from a CRM database to the Kerio Connect server. I've got it working for uploading to the "My Contacts" section of Kerio but I'm stuck with trying to upload them to the "Public Contacts" section.

To upload the contact I have to specify the URL for the endpoint, so for "my contacts" I'm using:

https://connect.demo.kerio.com:443/contacts/demo.kerio.com/a dmin-en/addressbook/

Does anyone know what the URL would be to upload to the "public contacts" of Kerio?

I tried following the suggestions in this knowledge base article:

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

but haven't been able to come up with the correct syntax for the URL.

Much appreciated if anyone can point me in the right direction.
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