Primary Note for Oracle Communications Contacts Server (CardDav)
(Doc ID 1911285.1)
Last updated on APRIL 22, 2021
Applies to:Oracle Communications Contacts Server - Version 184.108.40.206.0 and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.
This is the Primary Note for Oracle Communications Contacts Server which is a component of the Oracle Communications Unified Communications Suite.
The Primary Note for the Suite may be found here - Oracle Communications Unified Communications Suite Primary Note (Doc ID 1297190.1)
The information contained in this targets product administrators and installers.
About Contacts Server 8
Contacts Server enables end users to store and retrieve contact information such as name, email address, photo, birthdays, and any other information that relates to the contact. Contacts Server supports all properties defined in the vCard specification, RFC 6350 and the CardDAV protocol as specified in RFC 6352.
Contacts Server enables end users to aggregate their contact information from different devices (such as a mobile device, PC, and so on), social networks (for example, Facebook and LinkedIn), and service providers (such as Google, Yahoo, Windows Live, and so on). Contacts Server provides the capability to back up, synchronize, and merge address books in a secure, accessible, reliable, and device independent way. Contacts Server also enables end users to create multiple address books for organizing and sharing contacts.
Oracle Communications Contacts Server originally came bundled as part of Oracle Communications Unified Communications Suite 7U6 (7.0.6).
If you are initially installing Contacts Server, the best place to begin is with the Installation and Configuration Guide and Release Notes.
- Contacts Server 8.0 Documentation (available in HTML, PDF, ePub or Mobi formats)
For compatibility of various Unified Communications Components, see:
The Contacts Server Installation and Configuration Guide and System Administrator's Guide contains most of the useful information needed.
In addition, the following appendices are provided for quick reference:
- A Contacts Server Configuration Scripts
- A Contacts Server Command-Line Utilities
- B Contacts Server Configuration Parameters
Post-Install Tasks and Performance Tuning
- Configuring Directory VLV Browsing for Contacts Server (post-install)
- Configuring Directory Server Telephone Indexes for Contacts Server (post-install)
- Improving Contacts Server Performance
Contacts Server patchsets are shipped in ARU format and must be applied using commpkg upgrade.
Contacts Server 8 Patch 3 is now available.
- Oracle Communications Contacts Server 220.127.116.11.0 - Patchset 25072424
- Oracle Communications Contacts Server 18.104.22.168.0 - Patchset 21482339
- Oracle Communications Contacts Server 22.214.171.124.0 - Patchset 20557224
(Note this is not a comprehensive list of all articles)
"How To" Articles
- Address Book Coexistence Between Legacy LDAP and Contacts Server (Doc ID 2021488.1)
- How To Add An Extra Corporate Directory When Using Contacts Server With Convergence? (Doc ID 2023494.1)
- No Entries Found In The Groups When Searching In Convergence (Doc ID 2023512.1)
- Can The Number of Minimum Characters Be Changed When Searching the Corporate Directory? (Doc ID 2023535.1)
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