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Editable Invite

Hello, Similarly to user that asked https://support.mozilla.org/en-US/questions/1376333, I would like to know if an accepted event can be edited – really edited, not jus… (read more)

Hello,

Similarly to user that asked https://support.mozilla.org/en-US/questions/1376333, I would like to know if an accepted event can be edited – really edited, not just by converting/duplicating it to a task or another event.

For example, if I added an accepted invite to the wrong calendar and would like to move it to another one of my calendars... This calendar switching feature is part of MacOS Calendar, even if, as in Thunderbird, other properties of an accepted invite are not editable (except for comments).

Since this lack of control over invite edition is mainly what is holding me to adopt Thunderbird, is such a feature likely to be deployed eventually?

Regards,

Asked by philippe.rousseau 15 hours ago

Change "Calendar" default from contacts to my e-mail

When scheduling on Calendar, it is set to "Contacts," and I have to manually click on that box and change it to my e-mail each time I schedule something. I can't find ho… (read more)

When scheduling on Calendar, it is set to "Contacts," and I have to manually click on that box and change it to my e-mail each time I schedule something. I can't find how to make my e-mail the default. Help?

Asked by Barb 4 days ago

No purple bar with Accept button in meeting invitation email

Hi, I recently installed a CalDAV server at my workplace to connect to in the Thunderbird calendar, as we all already use Thunderbird for e-mail. If I create a meetin… (read more)

Hi,

I recently installed a CalDAV server at my workplace to connect to in the Thunderbird calendar, as we all already use Thunderbird for e-mail.

If I create a meeting in the calendar and invite everyone else, they all get an email invite with the name, time & place of meeting etc.. And at the top of the email, just below the title of the email, there is a purple bar with boxes saying "Accept", "Tentative", "Deny" and "More" (or something synonymous, I have it in Swedish).

For one employee that purple bar with the "Accept"-box does not appear, and the only way for him to get the meeting to his calendar is by downloading the "invite.ics" file that is attached and importing it afterwards.

I have added two screenshots showing what I mean. One with the Accept, Deny etc. and the one person's e-mail that doesn't have the boxes.


We have checked his settings without finding anything that seems wrong in first glance. I have checked the caldav user account but the user account has the same settings as the others. Thunderbird is updated to the latest version (115.7.0, same as I use and it works for me).

When he invites people to a meeting they all get the invite correctly, so nothing is wrong when he creates a meeting invitation, only when he recieves an invite.

What could be wrong? Is there a setting he might've activated/deactivated in Thunderbird that we missed when looking or could there be something else we have thought of?

Thanks, Tim

Asked by mulshine 4 days ago