New Calendar XPIs Support Mozilla Thunderbird
Saturday January 10th, 2004
Jason writes: "The Calendar project released new XPIs for both Windows and Linux on January 9th. They include fixes for bugs such as the high CPU usage bug and now support Thunderbird. Eric Belhaire's website is detailing the Thunderbird work and, according to the latest notes from mozilla.org's staff meeting the other day, the Thunderbird team will be focusing more on Calendar as well.
"Also check out the announcement on MozillaZine's forums."
#11 Installing Calendar and Thunderbird Extensions
by aquarichy <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Friday January 16th, 2004 5:53 PM
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Go to Thunderbirds options, and go to its extensions menu. There'll be a button called "Install extensions" or something similar. Click it, and then find Thunderbird .xpi you downloaded (without installing in Firebird!) and select it. You might be able to put the URL in the browse box, but I haven't tested that. Once installed, I think its option appears in Thunderbird under the options drop down menu. I hope this helps.