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Dmitry Kulchenko

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Hi there.

Is there some possibility to read/write tasks in shared folders via Thunderbird + Ligtning client?

I can manage my own task, but task lists what have been created in shared folders I cant add to my calendar in Thunderbird.

Maybe I missing something?

Thanks in forward!

[Updated on: Fri, 07 June 2013 12:41]

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trifecta

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If you're talking about the public calendar, then you can create it in Lightning. I'm using version 1.9.1

Add this to the location section: https://YourMailServerURL/calendars/YourMailServerDomain/You rUsername/Public%20Folders/Calendar

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Dmitry Kulchenko

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Hello.

Thanks for the answer.

Yeap im using lightning, but i cant manage tasks that located in public folders.

for example - i created tasks in public folders, but i dont see it in tasks menu of thunderbird.
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I've had no problems to create/delete a task in public calendar, and see it appeared in the task list. What version of Lightning are you running?
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Dmitry Kulchenko

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Lightning 1.9.1.

When i create task in ligtning I even cant choose public calendars. Only personal.

Maybe some mistakes in configuration?
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Dmitry Kulchenko

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