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I think it is a good plugin (but I like very much the ThunderSync  interative conflict resolution window that I don't found in SyncKolab at the moment)...
On the contrary, I like very much the use of a modern xml standard for data... that ThunderSync has not (at the moment?)...
When it is planned the release of mailing list sync function you could read here:
Have All a nice day,
Thank you to Everyone!
I try to install the BOFH_org suggested x86-64 build .xpi file and all went fine! The interface language too (italian) coherent to the TB3 interface one (italian too).
What about the gdata-provider.xpi found in the same directory? Has it to be installed? What is it for?
p.s. My TB3 is that from the OpenSuSE build service that you could find here:
keep attention to mozilla directory, I mean that one without the ending semicolon (":").
On my linux OpenSuSE 11.2 x86-64 Thunderbird 3 (Mozilla/5.0 (X11; U; Linux x86_64; it; rv:22.214.171.124) Gecko/20091130 SUSE/3.0.0-17.1 Thunderbird/3.0), I get the following message:
“The “Lightning” object cannot be installed because it is not Mozilla Thunderbird (Linux_x86_64-gcc3) compliant. Contact the object's author to solve this problem”
Is it due to the 64 bit architecture? What have to do people and users of "different" platform?
Why .xpi is not an hidden .jar? ;-)
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