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    Default ZCS 6.07 and Apple Addressbook Carddav

    According to Bug ID 46297 Carddav should work for Apple Addressbook on Snow Leopard 10.6.4 together with the ZCS 6.07. But I can't get it to work. Any news on this?

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    Did anyone achieve to integrate adressbook with Zimbra CardDav yet?

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    No, it doesn't work for us at the moment.

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    Has anyone provided exact steps for what 'doesn't work' actually means (and filed bug reports)?
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    Sure. Mac OS 10.6.4 address book.
    Add account - CardDAV.

    Server: https://ssl.ourserver.com:443
    Username: mymailaddress
    Password: my password

    Result: Could not find a CardDAV account on that server. Setup failed.
    Same on the iPhone.

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    hi,

    i have also mac osx 10.6.4 connecting to Zimbra 6.0.7 on Ubuntu8_64 and adressbook doesn't also not work.

    The most interesting thing is, when i add the account with serveradress: https://intranet.myserver.com:443 i get a certifcate warning, where adressbook connects to the wrong server. If i copy and paste the address to safari it connects to my server.

    so could it be, adressbook uses a hardcodes host within the adresse?

    best regards
    thomas
    Last edited by stegbth; 07-07-2010 at 06:33 AM. Reason: correct url

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    Hi all,

    i found the problem, but currently no solution.
    It seems to be a bug, when Username contains an @ AB.app connects to the wrong server. So if changing the default-domain within zimbra it works, when connecting to https://intranet.myserver.com:443 the
    server gets the to: intranet.myserver.com ssl is activated and the location (which is unmodifable afterwards) is set to
    /principals/users/stegbth@stegbauer.info/

    so apple needs to get informed, does there anybody know the procedure?

    best regards
    thomas

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    The best place to report it is http://bugreport.apple.com/

    You need an apple ID but anyone can get one, e.g through the link on this page: http://myinfo.apple.com/

    This might get the message through but I suspect the above page is better: Apple - Mac OS X - Feedback

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    Also, maybe you could try entering your username thus:

    user%company.com

    or (more likely)

    user@company.com (see below)
    Last edited by ewilen; 07-08-2010 at 04:34 PM. Reason: forum software over-interpreted my typing

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    Ugh, forum software interpreted my post incorrectly. Okay, I think I've found how to type it...

    user@company.com

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