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Thunderbird lightning Import Network Calendar

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Hi everybody,

I hope, I am here in the right forum / sub-forum. Otherwise please notify me or move the topic to the right one, please.

My university uses Groupwise 18 as E-Mail client. I am used to Thunderbird + Lightning Addon to combine my e-mails (private and work-related) in one software. It is working well.

Now, I want to implement our groupwise calendar to Thunderbird Lightning (68.7.0., 32 bit), but I cannot figure out how to do it.

Do you have an idea, how to export the groupwise calendar not only as .ics, but as network calendar, so I can use it online in Thunderbird Lightning?

Thanks.
Best,

Michael

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Another possibility is CalDav/CardDav - especially if you need more than a subscription.

However it is similar to Publishing Host - the administrator has to install, configure and allow it.

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This is merely a backend thing. If the admins have installed the "Calendar Publishing Host" component, it should be possible to subscribe to your calendar right away.

 

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Another possibility is CalDav/CardDav - especially if you need more than a subscription.

However it is similar to Publishing Host - the administrator has to install, configure and allow it.

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Thanks, it was not that easy to get the correct link to the calendar, but now it works.

Thank you for your help.

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https://www.uni-regensburg.de/rechenzentrum/it-services/e-mail/caldav-und-carddav/index.html

Your university usually has pretty good docs. Generally an excellent network.

 

 

 

 

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