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    steve@hibernate.org is offline New Member
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    Default Apple AddressBook contact synching

    Is it possible to tell the iSynch connector to skip certain Apple AddressBook contacts during synch?
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    bueller? bueller? bueller?

    Anyway thought I'd add that I tried quite a few different approaches this weekend, but was never able to find a way to selectively (not) synch contacts. It seems that contact synching is simply a yes/no proposition

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    over a week and no replies. awesome.

    well, i guess either microsoft straightens this out or kills zimbra. so there is hope...

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    The answer is no, all your contacts will be synced. If you need this feature, file an enhancement request in bugzilla and indicate why its a useful feature.
    Sam Khavari

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