CardDAV Browser gives you a quick and easy way to connect to a
CardDAV server and view vCard details.
CardDAV Server Information
- Tested CardDAV Servers:
- 1) DAViCal
- 2) ownCloud
- 3) Baikal
- Unsupported CardDAV Servers:
- 1) Google (Uses OAuth for authentication)
- 2) Yahoo (Uses OAuth for authentication)
- Certain binary vCard fields (eg: Logo and Sound) are not displayed.
- Any SSL certificate errors will cause the network connection to fail.
- Only 100% CardDAV compliant servers are supported (tested using DAViCal)
- The only authentication systems available are those built in to Firefox (OAuth
is not currently supported).
CardDAV Browser Initial Screen
List of names available on the CardDAV server addressbook
Details of the selected vCard - Contact Tab
Details of the selected vCard - Details Tab
Details of the selected vCard - Addresses Tab
SSL Certificate Error Report
- Version 3.0 - 19 April 2016
- 1) Improved initial download and processing speed.
- 2) All text and number fields can now be copied by right-clicking on them.
- 3) Redesigned the display of vCard details.
- Version 2.1 - 28 June 2015
- 1) Added clickable links for URLs and email addresses.
- 2) Added support for the Photo element.
- 3) Added support for Thunderbird and SeaMonkey.
- 4) Minor bug fixes.
- Version 2.0 - 18 August 2014
- 1) Improved reporting of network errors including SSL certificate errors.
- 2) Added support for ownCloud and Baikal.
- Version 1.0 - 24 July 2014
- Initial release.
The icon used for this extension is derived from an icon in the "Tango Icon
Theme" which was released into the public domain by its copyright holders.