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I wanted to add my daughter's Google agenda in lightning, and it's not available ...
... But it works for my wife's Google agenda !?
One thing, I was never asked to enter a password, is it normal ?
Any idea to get this calendar available ?
XP MCE sp3
TB version 184.108.40.206pre (20090122)
 the error is the same if I put email@example.com in parameters [/edit]
If you just want read only access to your daughter's Google calendar, you should just get the .ics link (iCal format) and add it as a subscription. CalDav access allows you to edit the calendar, is that what you really wanted to do with your daughter's calendar?
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Have you specified the correct calendar type and calendar address when creating the calendar? Maybe you could list the exact steps you did?
In addition I'd recommend to check Tools > Error Console for related error messages.
I went to calendar,
"New Calendar", "On the Network", "CalDAV", Then I put "https://firstname.lastname@example.org/events"
No error in console ...
And yes, I want to be able to edit this calendar.
But, what is not normal IMO, at the end of the process, TB didn't asked me to enter a user & a password.
In options, password manager, for working Google agenda´s, I see an entry like that "www.google.com 443 (Google CalDAV), Username ..."
is it possible to edit manually the file containing the saved password to add missing entries ? I´m quite sure, that in this case, the other calendars will work
See discussion in Bug 475188. Sounds like the CalDAV standard specifies that only one authentication is used per CalDAV server, i.e. www.google.com in that case. Access to other calendars is controlled by the CalDAV server. Maybe it would be possible to subscribe the calendar in your Google Calendar and subscribe it from Sunbird via your account?
Ok i know this thread is kinda old but i was having the same issue and figured out a work around. if you need to connect to 2 google caldav accounts have one connect to
https://www.google.com/calendar/dav/ema ... com/events
and the other to
https://220.127.116.11/calendar/dav/emai ... com/events
you will get a cert error but just ignore it and your calendar will sync, if this ip should stop working for you just go to Start -> RUN -> type in CMD and hit enter at the prompt type in ping google.com and replace the ip above with the ip you see in the command prompt (Mac and Lunix users im not sure how you would do this sorry)
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