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I can receive a calendar event and accept it without problems in Thunderbird. The event will show up in lightning.

If from the webmail I then change the day of the event and send an update, I will receive the update email in Thunderbird, but it says the event is already posted to the calendar. I can see the .ics file that came along with the email. When I go to the Calendar it still shows the original meeting without the updates. Is there any way to accept the updates?

I am connected to the calendar using caldav with the url http://<servername>/calendars/<domain>/<username>/Calendar

I am running Thunderbird and Lightning 0.8. KMS Server 6.5.
M Moogle

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I'm also having problems with Thunderbird/Lightning and Kerio. I can't get alarms to dismiss. I'm thinking the cause for both our problems might be related. I've opened Bug# 43906 with the Calendaring people over at Mozilla to try to figure things out.

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same problem for me...
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