Thunderbird has its Events, i.e. to-do list items. macOS has Reminders Reminders, i.e. its form of to-do list items. It seems that while the macOS Reminders app only o… (read more)
Thunderbird has its Events, i.e. to-do list items. macOS has Reminders Reminders, i.e. its form of to-do list items. It seems that while the macOS Reminders app only operates on reminders which are synced with the Apple iCloud service, there is nevertheless a repository of events/reminders local to the Mac, and it is managed via the EventKit API.
Can Thunderbird for macOS sync its collection of Events with the macOS collection of Reminders, perhaps by calling EventKit?
My use case is that I have a set of events which I curated on a previous version of macOS, using the previous Reminders app. When I migrated to macOS 12 Monterey, the new Reminders app refused to show me my event data unless I synced it with iCloud. I do not want to put this data on anyone's cloud. However, macOS will show me notifications for some of my events. That is evidence that the event data remains locally. I would be happy to use Thunderbird as the front end to curate this local event data. I have just migrated to Thunderbird 115, starting with 115.5.1 on macOS 12.7.1 Monterey.