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Kerio Blue

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Hi,

Today I tried to connect my contacts with Thunderbird using the CardBook add-on. Unfortunately, the validation process is failing.
There does not seem to be a lot of information about this on the Kerio website except for this: http://kb.kerio.com/product/kerio-connect/email-clients/mobi le-devices/manual-configuration-of-caldav-and-carddav-accoun ts-1327.html.

I can confirm that CardDAV works on iOS and macOS, just not with Thunderbird (tried the Windows version).

Is anybody familiar with this problem or maybe does anybody have a solution?

Thanks.
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Jonn

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Use the SOGo connector. Works very well. I have been using it on both windows and linux. Here are the url you have to use.

https://domain.com/contacts/domain.com/user/addressbook/
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Kerio Blue

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That works. Thank you!
SoGo Connector did need a small Thunderbird hack to work for me (Edit → Preferences → Advanced → Config Editor set calendar.network.multirealm to true http://stackoverflow.com/questions/20102837/thunderbird-sogo -connector-address-book-and-multiple-accounts-with-different -c).

Even more import you provided the correct link, i.e. it is also working with CardBook now. Why can't Kerio keep their documentation current?

Thanks for the SoGo tip in general. Their solutions look very intriguing.
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Mister-Magoo

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Cardbook is very great and better than SoGO. Unfortunetly, it is a small problem with HTTPS and KerioConnect.
It work well in HTTP.
I have contacted the developper for this issue.
SoGo was too limited (i use it since more than 1 year).
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