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Starting with Thunderbird 38, the calendaring extension Lightning has been packaged with Thunderbird. This is a big advantage for previous Lightning users, because a compatible version of Lightning is always available with Thunderbird. It is also a great opportunity for Thunderbird
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This article explains how to install Lightning into Mozilla Thunderbird. Table of Contents1 Lightning and Thunderbird 382 Requirements3 Download4 Installation Lightning and Thunderbird 38 Starting with Thunderbird 38, Lightning is bundled with Thunderbird. This means you don't
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Using Thunderbird and Lightning it's possible to have multiple calendars. You can create these in Calendar Mode or in Task Mode. Table of Contents1 Creating a new calendar1.1 On your computer - local calendars1.2 On the Network1.2.1 Google calendar1.2.2 iCalendar (ICS)1.2.3 CalDAV1.2.4
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Table of Contents1 Things you need:2 Steps when using Lightning3 Exporting a calendar under Thunderbird and Lightning4 Using a shared folder Things you need: Lightning A server supporting WebDAV Steps when using Lightning Open up Lightning by clicking the Calendar button. Click
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Please note that Sunbird is no longer maintained. But since there are lots of people that are still using it, the help sections have still been included in this article. Table of Contents1 General1.1 What's the difference between Sunbird and Lightning?1.2 What do I need to install
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This article describes how to change Lightning settings. Most of the general Lightning settings can be set via the Options window. Other settings have to be changed via the Config Editor. Options window There are 2 ways of getting to the Options window. Click the Tools menu at the
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This article describes how to change the preferences (name, color, location etc.) of a single calendar. Accessing calendar preferences To change the preferences of a single calendar, either double-click on it or highlight the calendar you want to edit, then click the Edit menu from
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This article describes how to create a new event or task in Lightning on Thunderbird. Creating a new event Creating an event is easy. Simply do one of the following things: Click the File menu at the top of the Thunderbird window, select the New submenu and select Event. Press
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This article describes various features about the Lightning user interface. Table of Contents1 Lightning components1.1 Switching between Mail tabs and Lightning tabs2 Today Pane2.1 Opening and Closing the Today Pane2.2 Today pane components2.2.1 Mini Calendar2.2.2 Show completed
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This article describes how to add a holiday calendar to the latest version of Lightning (a popular calendaring add-on for Thunderbird). Table of Contents1 What is a holiday calendar?2 Installing a holiday calendar2.1 Install the calendar locally2.2 Subscribe to a remote calendar What
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Background If you need to set up a meeting, and keep track of who's attending and who is not, Lightning can do this as well as allow you to send invitations to people who do not have Thunderbird/Lightning, including Microsoft Outlook users! Creating the Event Create a new event
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This article describes how to create a recurring event in a calendar. If you want to create a new event or task in general, please read the Creating a new event or task article. This walk-through also assumes that you have already created a new calendar. If not, please read the Creating
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This article describes how to change the date or time of an event. If you need more information about creating a calendar and an event, please see the Working with events article. Changing the date or time of an event Locate the event you wish to edit in the appropriate calendar
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REDIRECT Using the Lightning Calendar Add-on
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