There are two plugins that must be installed:
- Lightning – the actual calendar plugin
- Provider for Google – allows bidirectional access to Google Calendar
Install both of these plugins, from within Thunderbird (Menu button | Plugins | See all and then search for Lightning and then Provider for Google. Click Add to Thunderbird and then, when prompted, restart the app).
Once these have been installed, and Thunderbird restarted, you’re ready to configure.
Adding a Google Calendar
Open up the Lightning calendar tab (click on the Lightning icon in the top right corner of the Thunderbird window). Right-click a blank spot in the Calendar pane (left side of the window) and click New Calendar. In the resulting window (Figure A), click On the Network and then click Next.
Creating a new calendar in Lightning.
In the Locate your calendar window (Figure B), select Google Calendar, and click Next. Continue reading “Add Google Calendar to Thunderbird Mail Client” »