Work uses an exchange 2010 for mail and ... / 2013-02-01 - Koos van den Hout

2013-02-01 2 years ago
Work uses an exchange 2010 for mail and calendaring. And with all the faults exchange has with regard to handling Internet e-mail it is an ok calendar solution. But I like Thunderbird as an e-mail client. Thunderbird has a calendar plugin Lightning which gives Thunderbird full calendaring options.

The hard part is accessing exchange calendaring. But, there is a plugin which does just that: Exchange 2007/2010 Calendar and Tasks Provider. It takes a bit of fiddling to configure right (and the exchange server probably has to allow this access via the web interface). And for some reason it sometimes asks for my exchange password again and I have to cancel the first request and answer the second.

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