On 6/22/2015 4:40 PM, Helen Read wrote:
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I guess that depends on what you mean by "Work". The plugin that
you reference above was maintained by an individual not associated
with the Mozilla Foundation, nor with Microsoft. Thus, you will not
get any "support" for this plugin from the Mozilla Foundation, nor
from Microsoft (who unsurprisingly discourage the use of third-party
clients). The developer of the plugin has subsequently abandoned
the project. It was last updated in the Thunderbird plugin
library in 2012, so I think you can be pretty sure that it will not
work with Exchange 2013.
There are also extensions available for
enhanced Google Calendar support and Microsoft Exchange among
Will that not work when we go over to Exchange?
There are more current versions of this plugin:
BUT, they are distributed as un-compiled code. So, you would have
to get the plugin compiled. Needless to say, this is not the kind
of thing we will be able to support in "The Enterprise". However,
Higher-Eds being what they are, there is nothing to stop you from
from giving it a try. However, I really would not recommend it.
There are just too many ways in which a poorly-behaved third party
calendar client could mess up your data.
-J. Greg Mackinnon | ETS Systems Architecture and Administration |