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kwoxer
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Lightning usage in Dropbox with external calendar bugs

Lightning makes trouble when used with Dropbox.

I have installed Lightning in the Portable Thunderbird. That worked! Biggrin

But I wanted to share my calendar with someone so I put in on my dropbox and shared it with that person. That was leading to conflicts... damn

Now I tried another way. I copied the whole folder. Everyone was now using his own files. But here we also getting conflicts...

By the way the calendars are just linked and we are working on the same files. And somehow also if you are using it alone (I mean the calendars) you sometimes getting conflicts (well at least I think I was using it alone...I was not able to make this sure).

So my question, am I alone with this issue? Did someone else tried to share a calendar in Dropbox? Is this maybe a Dropbox issue?

Thanks for any ideas/feedback.

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Share Files?

I wasn't aware you could share an actual calendar file among multiple users and not have it cause problems. Are you sure this doesn't cause conflicts even if you eliminate Dropbox? I've only ever shared calendars via an online provider like Google Calendar.

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Actually I didn't think about

Actually I didn't think about letting the tool out of Dropbox Biggrin

Yeah I will test it that way. Braindead sorry. Thanks.

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Now as its not anymore in

Now as its not anymore in Dropbox it works Smile

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