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Lyle M

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Environment:

WebMail (tested in Firefox 1.0pr, Safari 1.2.3, Win2k-IE6)
Public Contacts folder in address card view
Server: KMS 6.0.2&6.0.3, Mac OS X 10.3.5, OD Extension 6.0.2&6.0.3, OD running on same server as KMS
Users activated from Open Directory and "Exported" to the public contact list.
Any contact in any user's private contact list.

Steps for reproduction of issue:

Double-click on any address card to open contact detail window.
Modify detail (eg. change the e-mail address).
Save and close contact detail window.
Contact address card is no longer displayed in list.

Supplimentary:

Switching to phone book list shows missing contact.
Contact is also available during search.
Contact is invisible to all other users in address card view until it is removed and re-exported or deleted and re-created.
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Is anyone else seeing this behavior? So far, Kerio support has not been able to reproduce the problem.
Thanks!

[Updated on: Wed, 06 October 2004 22:54]

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