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Mozilla Lightning


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I read the release notes and still cant figure out how to install it. Does anyone have it and can walk me though the installation process?
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You may have better luck on the mozilla thundebird forums since everyone on there uses mozilla products. That's certainly not the case on the GeeksToGo forums.
http://www.mozilla.o...rt/thunderbird/

Edited by pip22, 27 December 2006 - 09:53 AM.

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Mozilla Lightning you need to install through Thunderbird.

Download the XPI file for Lightning, then in Thunderbird to go Tools -> Extensions -> Install. Browse to the XPI file and select it. Then restart Thunderbird and you see a great big calendar bottom left.
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I have done that much, but when I save the lightning file to the desktop, It comes up as an.html, not an .xpi
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Never mind, I got it. thanks
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You could also use Sunbird, which is Lightning in a separate program.
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