Super App - aber leider teilweise lange Verzögerungen - vermutlich wegen vieler Einträge und mehreren Kalendern? Rated 4 out of 5 stars

Die App ist spitze und ich möchte sie gerne weiter benutzen und empfehle sie prinzipiell auch weiter.

Allerdings hätte ich eine dringende Bitte zur Weiterentwicklung. Vermutlich, weil ich mehrere Kalender mit mehreren Leuten gemeinsam nutze und eine sehr hohe Anzahl an Einträgen habe, kommt es immer wieder zu massiven Verzögerungen beim Synchronisieren.

Leider steht dann nicht nur der Kalender sondern der gesamte Thunderbird still. Das ist sehr lästig und daher bitte ich darum, lieber Philipp Kewisch, ob das behebbar wäre?

Danach würde ich die App uneingeschränkt empfehlen und zahle auch gerne 10 Dollar dafür.

Danke und viele Grüße
Michele

Google Calendar Reverts to Read-only Rated 5 out of 5 stars

This add-on solved a major problem I was having with being able to edit my Google Calendar (add events, dismiss reminders, etc.) using Lightning v. 4.0.0.1 on Thunderbird v. 38.0.1. Installed this add-on and, BINGO, I now have two way communication with my Google Calendar. Awesome!

not usable for corporate Rated 2 out of 5 stars

This addon is not usable for corporate environments. If you have many calendars and something about 1000 entries in it the addon will freeze your thundebird.

Calendar freeze Rated 4 out of 5 stars

Like some people here, I had problems with this plugin since some weeks. After some test, I realized that the "birthday" calendar was the probleme. I desactivated it but it would be great to solve this probleme.

hangs up during large syncronization? Rated 3 out of 5 stars

Works great with my calendar with few events in it right now.
But....

If I load a calendar that has a lot to synchronize. The status bar quickly synchronizes saying "synchronizing nnn out of 1000", When it gets near 900, it just starts over (maybe because it is doing another 1000). Eventually sometimes everything freezes up and later a panel comes up asking me if I want to continue a script that is taking a long time. No matter the answer, the interface becomes frozen.

Excellent addon... Rated 5 out of 5 stars

This add-on is a Godsend. Integrates with the Lightning add-on for Thunderbird and provides Google calendar access.
There were initial problems with freezing but it was the Birthdays Calendar add-on that was found to be the culprit. I have since unsubscribed from this Birthdays calendar and everything is working great. Thank you...

Can you try unsubscribing for the Birthdays Calendar? This calendar is known to cause trouble for some reason.

Rated 5 out of 5 stars

If you are using the Lightning addon for Thunderbird, this addon is a must. A great way to ensure that you can access your calendar no matter where you are, but still have full control with Thunderbird.

Causing errors Rated 1 out of 5 stars

For the past couple of days this extension gives an "Unresponsive Script" error every time I load Thunderbird. The error actually says something about loading a month in Calender (Lightning) but if I disable Provider the error goes away.

Rated 1 out of 5 stars

After working for some time, this addon fails now completely.

It opens a window to ask for the google credentials everytime I start thunderbird.

For whatever reason non of the buttons nor the return key will ever submit the entered credentials. The buttons a simply dead.

After wasting hours of my lifetime to find some solution I dropped that addon.

Just what was needed Rated 4 out of 5 stars

This met my need to include subscribed (third party) calendars that were attached to my Google account. This included other users calendars and Podio.
Previously, I had been using CALDAV, but it does not give this level of granularity.

Here's how to fix the password problems Rated 5 out of 5 stars

Google changed their authentication regime. If it keeps asking for a password you need to go right-click on your calendar in the left-hand pane, delete it, and then set up again. Like so:

(1) First off, if you already have a Google Calendar set up in Thunderbird, delete it. Right-click on the calendar and select delete.

(2) Right-click on the empty space below "Calendar" in the left-hand pane.
(3) Select "New Calendar" and left-click that.
(4) Click "On the Network"
(5) Click "Next"
(6) Click "Google Calendar"
(7) Click "Next"
(8) If you already have your gmail account set up in Thunderbird as an email account, then select that gmail account from the leist you see here and click next. Otherwise, enter your full gmail account (including the part after the @ symbol).
(9) Click "Next"
(10) Google will ask for your password. Those of you without 2-step verification set up will want to read this: https://support.google.com/accounts/answer/6010255?hl=en
Those of you using 2-step verification need to read this page: https://support.google.com/accounts/answer/185833
(11) Select the calendars you have made and/or subscribe to in your Google Calendar account.
(12) Click "Next"
(13) Click "OK"

That's it, enjoy having access to your Google calendars from inside of Thunderbird/Lightning!

Password mayhem Rated 4 out of 5 stars

Great add-on in use since years but latest update fsck TB - it just keeps asking passwords. Not sure if it is Google security changed something or the add-on itself is mishandling it.

I tried allowing less secure apps option in Gmail settings but isn't working.

Keep asking for password Rated 5 out of 5 stars

I've been using this very good plugin for years but since a few days it keeps asking for my gmail password. :(

Dangerous Rated 1 out of 5 stars

The new version deleted some of the repeating events and the following synch deletes them on the server too.

This user has a previous review of this add-on.

That doesn't sound good. Can you contact support?

always ask password Rated 4 out of 5 stars

every time i launch thunderbird, this plugin always ask me email and password of my gmail account, please solve it

Great product but.... Rated 4 out of 5 stars

since 1.04 I keep getting sync problems with Google Calendars - every appointment forces a dialog.

Down-graded to 1.03 which improves slightly but it's still there but not quite has annoying - still can't dismiss appointments and have to close dialog to get rid of it.

Are you working on trying to fix this problem or is this something local to my setup?

Rated 2 out of 5 stars

It is a pity, but I need to uninstall this addon. It worked fine in the past and was a really valuable tool, better than other options, but nowadays it needs for an adjustment. Multiple password requests and Thunderbird freezing problems decrease significantly the value of the addon...

multiple logins Rated 3 out of 5 stars

I'm using this add-on in an Arch Linux installation, and every time I start up Thunderbird I have to contend with at least three logins from Google. It doesn't seem to be able to remember my login information.

Became suddenly unresponsive Rated 3 out of 5 stars

This addon has been working very fine, but since a few days, it makes Thunderbird unresponsive. I tried everything: un- and re-installing the extension, Thunderbird, even moved from Linux Mint to Fedora 21 to Ubuntu 15. Always find the same behavior as soon as I add one google calendar. Something may have changed on Google side also.

Rated 4 out of 5 stars

Good but makes Thunderbird slow unresponsive and not responding very well.
I have 3 google calendars, including a shared one.
The script hangs, for instance, with the error Unresponsive Script in
chrome://calendar/content/calendar-multi-day-view.xml:3464