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Calendar and Tasks have disappeared from Thunderbird

Posted on 2008-10-28
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HI,
I recently moved my thunderbird profile emails to another folder.
I followed the online instructions and it all went well. However
now when I open Thunderbird, I can no longer see my Calender
nor my Tasks that were previously visible. Any idea how to get them back?
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blueskies77,

Did you also reinstall the add-on called Lightning? https://addons.mozilla.org/en-US/thunderbird/addon/2313

Then depending on where you had the calender file, you will have to either point it to it or create a new one, but you should be able to point it by installing Lightning, first, then restarting TB, select the Calendar, select the menu option Calender->Properties and point the Location to your old file.
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The reinstall of LIghtning fixed it. Thanks expert!
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Glad to help, and Thanks.
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