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Thunderbird Account calendar not updating/showing, not writable

I've three Google mail accounts and their calendars on my Tbird installation. Two work and the third does not as appointments saved in Gmail don't show and new appointmen… (funda kabanzi)

I've three Google mail accounts and their calendars on my Tbird installation. Two work and the third does not as appointments saved in Gmail don't show and new appointments don't show to accept or refuse. A recent appointment request came in a with a header "No writable calendars are configured for invitations, please check the calendar properties". But what should I be checking for when I get there? The URL for this accounts gmail calendar looks correct when I look at Gmail settings. Any ideas how to fix? I'm on v. 78.9.0 and all updated. I do not see Lightning in the Manage Your Extensions nor in the Thunderbird Options box (it does show Calendar but nothing about Lightning). Thanks!

Asked by bob22 6 ezinsukwini ezidlule

Trouble setting up calendar to sync with webmail and phone

So many issues starting from a simple problem. My phone and my webmail are syncing my hotmail account. I want them to also since with my Thunderbird calendar on my laptop… (funda kabanzi)

So many issues starting from a simple problem. My phone and my webmail are syncing my hotmail account. I want them to also since with my Thunderbird calendar on my laptop. I downloaded tbSync and Provider for CalDAV add-ons but couldn't seem to get either of them to work. I am unable to download Lightning because they don't seem to have one for my version of Thunderbird, 78.9.0. I've managed to find my .ics address of my webmail (hotmail) and put that in, but it keeps flipping back to READ ONLY, and won't let me edit any entries. Even when I edit entries on my webmail, my Thunderbird calendar duplicates everything and adds a whole bunch of "Private Appointment" listings that I have no idea what they are, they're not anything I've ever entered. This is so confusing! Such a simple goal, with a seemingly endless series of issues standing in the way. Can anyone help me, please?

Asked by Jeanette 4 ezinsukwini ezidlule

Last reply by Jeanette 4 ezinsukwini ezidlule

Copying from Home Calendar to Google Calendar

All the tools and discussions I have seen about Lightning and Google Calendar concern setting up a one- or two-way view of a Google calendar from within Lightning. This i… (funda kabanzi)

All the tools and discussions I have seen about Lightning and Google Calendar concern setting up a one- or two-way view of a Google calendar from within Lightning. This is NOT my question. I would like to be able to automatically copy all events created in my home lightning calendar to a Google calendar. But I do not know if any existing tools allow this to be done.

Asked by Ambyo 3 ezinsukwini ezidlule

Add/remove event participants without sending update emails to other participants

I organize an event. I invite 40 people. Some decline, some accept. Then, I find another person I want to add. Without asking me, Calendar sends event update emails to e… (funda kabanzi)

I organize an event. I invite 40 people. Some decline, some accept. Then, I find another person I want to add.

Without asking me, Calendar sends event update emails to everyone. I don't want that.

I just want everyone who is interested to have the event in their calendars so they can plan around it, but I don't want to bug them with updates like that. If the time changes - sure, update everyone, but if participants change - don't.

Because of this behaviour,

  • I do not update my event when I get accept/decline mails (by clicking the update-button in the popdown) because I suspect that this triggers another round of mails to everyone.
* I do not set up recurring events with many participants, because I don't trust Calendar to not spam everyone even more.

If Tthunderbird is going to send event emails, I'd like to be asked first. It would be ok to remember my decision for the event, or have a setting for the event to control that behaviour. I hear the colleagues over at Outlook/Teams handle the situation more gracefully, maybe there are some interaction patterns to copy there.

If I am just holding it wrong, please tell me!

Cheers!

Asked by Florian Kleedorfer 1 usuku oludlule