moogman at gmail.com
Sat Feb 14 19:07:42 GMT 2009
The problem with Firefox / Thunderbird is they are profile-based. So,
you will find Thunderbird application store directory at
Lightning stores its settings using the usual Thunderbird config
settings, which is:
Lightening is installed to:
Calendar data is stored in the file
It's likely that there is a better way of doing what you want, instead
of syncing the files directly - maybe you could subscribe all clients
to a webDAV server and have them share the data that way?
On Sat, Feb 14, 2009 at 12:25 PM, keith <keith at grumpyface.me.uk> wrote:
> Whilst Lightning is topical - I have several machines running Thunderbird,
> both Ubuntu and Windows versions.
> I wonder if anyone can tell me where Lightning stores its data and under
> what name as I would like to be able to share the same data on all the
> machines. Or alternatively does anyone have a cunning method to do this
> without having to, say, cut and paste?
> Keith Bowerman,
> Prestwood, south Staffordshire, England.
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