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a.piazza

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Hi,
I would try to connect to Kerio Connect from an application developed in C# and VB NET.
I should synchronize contacts of Kerio from our software.
I searched on www.kerio.com but I found only examples of API for PHP.

There are APIs for C # or VB .NET?

Thanks
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Pavel Dobry (Kerio)

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Kerio Connect Public API uses JSON standard so you can use it with any programming language.
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a.forlin

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There is some documentation about it?
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Sven G.

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Sorry, but only limited Administration API is available.
I did not receive any response to my request here:
http://forums.kerio.com/m/123949/#msg_123949

Since I found an example for getOutOfOffice/setOutOfOffice now, there is no explaination for getSettings, which seems to be necessary for delegation setting and to access one's signature.
Again: is there any documentation planned for CLIENT API?
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