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I have a problem with WAB Synchronization in combination with KMS installed on an Active Directory Server:

I would like to Synchronize the Contacts in the Windows Adress Book with the public contacts folder. Since ports 389 and 636 are blocked by Active Directory (and cannot be changed), I changed the KMS LDAP ports to 390 and 637.

Access to the KMS LDAP Server inside Outlook Express is easy, since I can change the queried port.

The WAB Synchronization Tool, which is included in the Outlook Express Extensions package, has no option to change the LDAP port.

Is there a way to accomplish the sync?

Or do I have to wait until Kerio has released a new version of this tool, where this limitation is removed?

To the Kerio staff in the forum: Is it possible to do this, can give me an approx date when this will be done?

Thx a lot!

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I do this putting on Hostname localhost:390 and run. This run well but i don't syncronize because the system say: No such object

PD: Excusme for my english

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