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Wow!Just what I was looking for. One click installation. Thanks.

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This add-on is fantastic and works exactly as advertised.

I installed it using Ubuntu 19.10, as a total new user of Linux by the way, and now I can see all my calendar events in GNOME in Ubuntu.

This integration is really good because it means I can safely close Thunderbird when I don't actively use it and I won't miss out on appointments and notifications.

This sort of functionality should really be part of Thunderbird...

Thanks!

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It seems to be a good add-on and it works as expected, aka. I can see in my Ubuntu 18.04 gnome clock (in the top bar) the events of my Lightning calendar.

BUT, Thunderbird takes 3 more seconds to start (I have removed the add-on and I'm back to normal). I open Thunderbird hundreds of times a day - I can't afford this! Is there a way to speed up what the add-on is doing during start-up or only do it when the lightning calendar is really opened instead of the full Thunderbird start?

Deze beoordeling betreft een eerdere versie van de add-on (0.5.1). 

Can you raise a bug on github (see addon homepage)?
Please provide
- logs (steps available on github page)
- what addons are installed
- how do you populate your calendar (Ex sync with Gmail via addon)

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Works perfectly with Gnome 3 on Arch LInux

Deze beoordeling betreft een eerdere versie van de add-on (0.5). 

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Thanks!

Deze beoordeling betreft een eerdere versie van de add-on (0.5). 

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Works fine with Trisquel and its rebranded apps (Icedove and iceowl).

Deze beoordeling betreft een eerdere versie van de add-on (0.4.3). 

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This extension is a must in Ubuntu, where Thunderbird is the default email client and calendar integration is otherwise somewhat faulty so far (Wily).

I'd only suggest that all instances of recurring events show up, not just the first one (this is at least what happens now to me). Or at least that we have an option to choose this behavior.

Deze beoordeling betreft een eerdere versie van de add-on (0.4.2). 

Thanks for the feedback. Could you create an issue on github page with details (steps to reproduce) as all events should be listed.

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Works great in Debian Jessie with Icedove 38.5

Deze beoordeling betreft een eerdere versie van de add-on (0.4.2). 

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Excellent! But broken with Ubuntu 15.10 - no Events show in Calendar Panel.

Deze beoordeling betreft een eerdere versie van de add-on (0.4.1). 

Thanks for the input.
Issue has been fixed in version 0.4.2.
It takes some time for Mozilla to evaluate the addon.
Feel free to download it for Support Site - it is a Bitbucket space where you can raise issues or download the addon.

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...in Ubuntu 14.04 and Thunderbird 31. No start up problems or delays. Events immediately sychronized after installing the addon and restarting Thunderbird.

Thanks!

Deze beoordeling betreft een eerdere versie van de add-on (0.4.1). 

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it's works!
ubuntu 14.04 unity
thanks

Deze beoordeling betreft een eerdere versie van de add-on (0.4.1). 

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Great plugin, after workaround it works on Fedora 21. All local calendars are exported to Evolution and visible in embedded Fedora calendar. Thanks, good job :)

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I've got a big problem installing this extension !
After the installation thunderbird didn't want to launch anymore, I just got a blank calendar window instead. And when I wanted to reinstall thunderbird it didn't do anything, I still couldn't use it.
Finally I had to reinstall the complete OS (fedora 21) with a ghost image !
Very bad indeed........be careful with this extension ! ;-)

Deze beoordeling betreft een eerdere versie van de add-on (0.4.1). 

Thanks for the input.
I'm looking into that issue: https://bitbucket.org/balbusm/xul-ext-eds-calendar/issue/9
Regarding to uninstalling addon, you just need to remove:
~/thunderbird/<user_id>.default/extensions/{e6696d02-466a-11e3-a162-04e36188709b}
where <user_id> is something like rc0g55d5
However uninstalling addon is highly unrecommended :)

EDIT:
Uninstall evolution-ews and plugin should work like a charm :)