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Mozilla-based Sunbird and Lightning calendar apps hit 0.9

Mozilla has released version 0.9 of Sunbird, its calendar application. The Lightning calender extension for the Thunderbird email client has also been updated. There's a huge list of changes under the hood, but here are some of the most noticeable: Calendar views have been overhauled A progress indicator shows up when you're reloading a remote calendar Multi-day events now have visual...

Spicebird: Mozilla based Outlook clone with collaboration features

Synovel plans to release a new open-source email/calendar/collaboration suite built on Mozilla Thunderbird. But Spicebird won't just be the equivalent of Thunderbird with the Lightning calendar extension thrown in for good measure. Rather, Spicebird is a new open source project that allows users to collaborate with one another. In addition to the email client, Spicebird lets you send instant...

Mozilla Sunbird 0.7 and Lightning 0.7 calendars released

Mozilla's open source calendar programs Sunbird and Lightning just keep getting better and better. Sunbird is a standalone application for Windows, Linux, and Mac, while Lightning is a calendar plugin for the Thunderbird e-mail client. Sunbird and Lightning 0.7 are out today, and they feature a new event/task dialog, a new event summary dialog, and roughly a billion other new features and bug...

Mozilla releases Sunbird and Lighting 0.5

It's been a long time coming, but Mozilla's Sunbird and Lightning calendar programs have hit 0.5. Sunbird is a standalone calendar application, while Lightning is an extension for Mozilla's Thunderbird email program. While neither program gets as much attention as their big brothers Firefox and Thunderbird, they're pretty robust calendars, and the 0.5 releases include a ton of new features and bug...

Mozilla Lightning calendar for Thunderbird released

Lightning is a new component for Mozilla Thunderbird that is a complete redesign of the Calendar extension, and the first version has just been releasedy. Having tried Calendar and being unimpressed, I'd say this is good news. Lightning promises better integration with Thunderbird including e-mail-to-task integration, address book integration, meeting invitations, and synchronization with...