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Support for Apple iCal/Calendar using the CalDAV standard
Added on Fri, Sep 27, 2013
About CalDAV and Apple iCal/Calendar CalDAV is an Internet standard which allows applications such as Apple iCal and Apple Calendar to manage calendaring information on a remote server (Kerio Connect). Kerio Connect supports the following CalDAV feat... Read More
Configuring a Microsoft Exchange Internet account on Mac OS X
Added on Wed, Apr 30, 2014
Overview With Kerio Connect 8.3 and later, you can configure the Exchange (EWS) type of Internet Accounts on Mac OS X 10.9 and later. The support for EWS Internet Account includes Apple Mail & Notes, Calendar & Reminders, and Contacts.You... Read More
Kerio Connect Account Assistant
Added on Fri, Apr 5, 2013
About Kerio Connect Account Assistant Kerio Connect Account Assistant is a single autoconfig tool which enables one-time auto-configuration of the following applications: Apple Mail & Notes (secure IMAP, SMTP Submission) Apple Calendar & R... Read More
Enabling logging for synchronization with Outlook for Mac
Added on Wed, Jun 13, 2012
OverviewMicrosoft Outlook for Mac uses the Exchange Web Services protocol (EWS) which runs over HTTP(S). EWS heavily depends on the server journal, therefore, it is helpful to enable specific message types logging in:Kerio ConnectMicrosoft Outlook f... Read More
Contacts folders in Apple Addressbook/Contacts app via CardDAV
Added on Fri, May 4, 2012
SummaryYou created several contacts folders via Webmail (Sales, Customer etc.). When you now sync your Apple Addressbook/Contacts with the Kerio Connect server, these different contacts folders should appear as groups. They do not.SolutionDue to the ... Read More
Delegation in Microsoft Outlook 2011
Added on Tue, Oct 1, 2013
About delegationDelegation is an advanced type of sharing. A delegate can act on your behalf. A delegate can act on your behalf — they can send/confirm your event invitations, and/or send/receive your messages.Delegating usersIn Outlook 2011, d... Read More
Enabling PHP’s mail() command to work with Kerio Connect on Mac OS X?
Added on Thu, May 26, 2011
SummaryUsing the PHP's mail() command with Kerio MailServer requires (a) creating a symbolic link, (b) changing the php.ini file, (c) setting the permissions on the SendMail binary, (d) disabling Postfix, and (e) configuring the Relay Control se... Read More
Logging iCal and AddressBook communication
Added on Wed, Jan 16, 2013
SummaryThis article describes a procedure how to gather client side logs for the iCal and Address Book applications communicating to Kerio Connect.Details Calendar (iCal) with CalDAV account In Terminal:defaults write com.apple.iCal LogHTTPActivity y... Read More
iCal Auto Complete is not working
Added on Mon, May 23, 2011
SummaryA user's iCal will not Auto-Complete the email addresses of invitees for events.DetailsPlease follow these steps to try and resolve the problem with iCal auto-complete:Remove the iCal CalDAV account and run the ‘Auto-configure iCal&... Read More
I cannot view events in delegated Calendars when using iCal with CalDAV
Added on Mon, May 23, 2011
SummaryDetailsWhen iCal is connected to Kerio MailServer via CalDAV protocol, users can manage shared access to their Calendars through the iCal delegation feature. In specific situations, after selecting the delegated Calendar of another user, you m... Read More
How to manually create a CardDAV account in Apple Address Book
Added on Wed, Oct 19, 2011
SummaryHow to manually create a CardDAV account for personal and public contacts in Apple Address Book.DetailsPersonal ContactsTo create a CardDAV connection to your personal contacts you will need to go to Address Book->Preferences->Accounts. From t... Read More
How and Why Installation of the Kerio Connect Account Assistant has changed on OS X 10.8 Mountain Lion
Added on Wed, Aug 15, 2012
SummaryApple added an important new feature called GateKeeper in OS X 10.8 which is designed to protect the end user from running malicious software from unknown developers.  This depends on developer signing which becomes complicated with the w... Read More
Why does moving mail to a public folder with read-only rights, in Apple Mail, appear to delete the mail?
Added on Fri, May 27, 2011
Summary In Apple Mail, you try to move a message to a public folder for which you have read-only ("reader") rights. You do not receive an error as would be expected and the operation appears to work correctly. The message does not appear in the publi... Read More