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Filtering Out Tasks

Posted on 2008-10-30
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I've imported my tasks and calendar items from Outlook into Thunderbird.  What I'm not yet able to do is to show only the calendar entries in the calendar.

In Outlook, I used to like to put everything in tasks unless I had an appointment where I actually had to be somewhere.  That way, when I looked at the overall calendar, the bolded days were only bolded because on that day I had to go somewhere and/or meet someone.

Is there a way to do this in Thunderbird?
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I don't see an easy way to make that happen.

Although if you set up another calendar just for Events, you could hide them by not displaying the calendar and just displaying it when you want to see it.
http://www.mozilla.org/projects/calendar/faq.html#importing
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Ah, it looks like you want your Events to actually be Tasks, so you can turn off the view.  Tasks don't have to be shown whereas Events do.
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