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Apple Address Book Groups not Syncing with iphone on carddav server

Posted on 2012-03-14
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I have a Snow Leopard Mac Mini server, and I can sync without problem wirelessly to my iphones and the address book through a carddav account, but the sync doesn't preserve the Groups that i have setup in Address Book on the Mac side. Does anyone know if there is a way to keep groups on the iphone carddav account?
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On your Mac, make sure that you are editing the servers address books and not the local address book on your mac.
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