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    Default Address Book/Calendar Storage

    I'm looking at using the contact/calendar store in zimbra as the data store for another tool I'm developing. I've skimmed through most of the docs and haven't been able to determine where a user's address book and calendar storage is kept (e.g. LDAP, MySQL or a file of some kind). Anyone? Serious karma to anyone that points out the cool Zimbra webservice I can just query to get/add/remove/update these guys...

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    In the source check out ZimbraServer/docs/soap.txt This is our SOAP api and should allow you to get what you need.

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    Default gracias

    Kevin, I thought it'd be something that easy. Thanks for saving me a lot of random digging.

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    Default Ldap?

    Is there a way to connect to the address/contact store via ldap? I was hoping to connect to zimbra contacts via Mac OS X address book or other ldap clients.

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    Default No LDAP.

    Quote Originally Posted by fozzy
    Is there a way to connect to the address/contact store via ldap?
    Personal address books are available via the SOAP interface, but they are not stored in (or reachable via) LDAP.

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