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    nix
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    Has anyone worked out how to choose which the default folder is?

    e.g. on iPhone 4 (4.2.1) i'm showing ALL CardDAV folders. When I create a contact it is automatically placed in the 'Emailed Contacts' folder. I would prefer the contact to go in to the 'Contacts' folder. If I create a contact within a particular folder, it stays in that folder as you would expect.

    I imagine the default folder is somehow flagged by what is returned as part of the CardDAV protocol when the ZCS server is interrogated. Is there any way of configuring this through a zmprov or similar command?

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    I appreciate everyone's input so far this post has been very helpful...

    I have been trying to configure cardDAV,

    I have CalDAV working both ways and cardDAV allows me to add the account and displays the folders I create under contacts in zimbra. I am unable to add a contact through the iphone or view contacts added through Zimbra...

    I have a Iphone 4.2.1 (edited for accuracy) and we are on about zimbra 6.0 (sorry I don't know the exact version number, I will know soon and post the number if it is significant)

    I believe I have my DNS configured as specified as I was unable to add the calDAV account prior to my DNS configuration..

    thank you everyone for your help on the matter
    Last edited by brickjenks101; 02-23-2011 at 10:48 AM.

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    From memory, any folders you create WITHIN the Contacts folder (or any other folder for that matter) will not appear on the iPhone. Any new folders you create must be from the root, i.e. at the same level as the existing 'Contacts' and 'Emailed Contacts' folders.

    Also, check in the 'Emailed Contacts' folder for any contacts you create on the iPhone - this seems to be the default folder that any new contacts are placed in (see my post above re: wanting to change this default behaviour).

    Here are my DNS SRV and TXT records for Card/CalDAV (I added the TXT records since my early post in this thread).

    Code:
    _caldavs._tcp.domain.net. 14400 IN	SRV	10 20 443 mail.domain.net.
    _carddavs._tcp.domain.net. 14400 IN	SRV	10 20 443 mail.domain.net.
    Code:
    _caldavs._tcp.domain.net. 14400 IN	TXT	"path=/dav"
    _carddavs._tcp.domain.net. 14400 IN	TXT	"path=/dav"
    Maybe it's not working because your iPhone version is 4.3.2 which isn't out yet

    So basically at the moment, CalDAV is fine and I use it. CardDAV I don't use as I cannot choose where new contacts are placed - hopefully soon.

    Code:
    [zimbra@mail ~]$ zmcontrol -v     
    Release 6.0.10_GA_2692.RHEL5_64_20101215170845 CentOS5_64 FOSS edition.

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