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How to setup CardDAV Mac Address Book sync in Mac OS 10.8 (Mountain Lion)

Written by Jay Cihla on . Posted in Configuring Mail Clients

This article describes the steps to sync your zMailCloud account using CardDAV as the connection type in Mac Address Book. Please backup your Address Book before syncing your account.

1. To begin, open Mac Address Book (Contacts) and go to Contacts > Preferences:

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2. Under the Accounts tab, press the ‘+’ sign to add a new account:

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3. Enter your account information.

Account type: CardDAV
Username: your full email address (in this example, jay@01.com. Replace jay@01.com with your own zMailCloud email address).
Password: your password
Server: yourcompany.zmailcloud.com (Note: Accounts which login at https://server.zmailcloud.com/ to check webmail should use the server address: server.zmailcloud.com)

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Click Create when you are finished making changes. Your account should sync to Mac Address Book after this step. If you have any questions or need further assistance please submit a ticket.

How to setup CardDAV in Mac OS X

Written by Jay Cihla on . Posted in Configuring Mail Clients

This article describes the steps to sync your zMailCloud account using CardDAV as the connection type in Mac Address Book. Please backup your Address Book before syncing your account.

1. To begin, open Mac Address Book and go to Contacts > Preferences.

2. Under the Accounts tab, press the ‘+’ sign to add a new account.

For the account type, select Other > CardDAV, select ‘Manually configure’ & enter your zMailCloud account information:

User name: your full zMailCloud address
Password: your password
Server: yourcompany.zmailcloud.com

Click Create when you are finished making changes. Your account should sync to Mac Address Book after this step. If you have any questions or need further assistance please submit a ticket.

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