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The Edit Calendar dialog box doesn't let me edit the calendar location.

My Thunderbird calendar file is located on my organization's Nextcloud server. We just changed to a newer version of Nextcloud and moved everything to a new url, so my ca… (read more)

My Thunderbird calendar file is located on my organization's Nextcloud server. We just changed to a newer version of Nextcloud and moved everything to a new url, so my calendar updates no longer work. I need to edit the address of the calendar file. I open the Edit Calendar and can see the old url in the Location field. I can select and copy the contents of the Location field but I can't change it.

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Thanks in advance for your help.

Asked by wes19 1 day ago

Thunderbird 128.0.1esr - when I change a calendar Date, I have to delete and insert the Date again

Hello Thunderbird Team, when I try to change an existing Date in the calendar, I have to delete and insert the Date again, now it's possible to make changes. What can I d… (read more)

Hello Thunderbird Team, when I try to change an existing Date in the calendar, I have to delete and insert the Date again, now it's possible to make changes. What can I do to make changes directly ? Thank you Gunther

Asked by gunther28 2 days ago

Caldav Calendars

Hi, I am running TB 115.12.1 without any extensions. I have configured caldav accounts, on Forwardemail servers, on TB as well as on Android with DAV5x. Everything syncs … (read more)

Hi, I am running TB 115.12.1 without any extensions. I have configured caldav accounts, on Forwardemail servers, on TB as well as on Android with DAV5x. Everything syncs without errors and most calendar entries are visible on TB, but not all!!! I have installed OneCalendar app along side TB and OneCalendar shows all calendar entries (as far as I can tell)!

Has anyone experienced similar issues? Any ideas how I can procede would be v welcome. What are the known issues with calendars on TB115.12.1?

Thx everyone.

Cheers, Adrian

Asked by adrian100 5 days ago

Empty Calendars

I started up my machine this morning, for Thunderbird 115.13 (I could've sworn that I had a later version last night, but updates and version numbers are Mozilla's proble… (read more)

I started up my machine this morning, for Thunderbird 115.13 (I could've sworn that I had a later version last night, but updates and version numbers are Mozilla's problem, not mine) tells me that I can no longer use my profile with this fancy new version and need to create another one. After fuming about that idiocy for a while, I canceled the process and imported everything from my old profile.

It fouled up mightily on the passwords, but I got past that obstacle course.

Now, I see that my "Today Pane" is empty. Looking at the calendar, I see why: Thunderbird apparently pretended to import three calendars, but skipped all but two old events. I can create more empty calendars, but that is incredibly unhelpful. One calendar is local. One is an online ICS file published by an organization. And the third (the one that had two events picked up) is subscribed to an OwnCloud account's calendar, and may have worked. The first is obviously the most important, since I'd rather not spend time working out the database schema so that I can manually input every single event and appointment.

What hoops do I need to jump through to refill my calendar? I'm running on Pop!_OS 22.04 LTS, with the Thunderbird Flatpak (commit c2e09fc595198cf5c467ddad1fab56c0be512758584e16c3b933f2410968306a according to the command-line, if that gives any clues) installed. And again, I feel like that setup used a significantly later version of Thunderbird recently, so figuring out how to undo Flatpak's decision to downgrade would also presumably solve the problem.

Asked by John Colagioia 1 week ago

Last reply by John Colagioia 6 days ago