thinderbird Lightning cannot connect more then 1. calendar #215

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fitgura commented Mar 10, 2014

Hi!

Today we run into the problem...an existing client want an other shared calendar too

I made it on the server and wanted to put in Thunderbird Lightning he use!

This cal would be on the same server with different user/pass different calendar..

But the lightning cannot connect to the server.. "temporary" this is a message

Is there any solution please

Thanks in advance

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I have the same problem
Thunderbird with SOGo plugin
windows 7 / ubuntu 13.10
Baikal 0.2.4 / Baikal 0.2.7

7h47 commented Mar 18, 2014

I have the same problem
Thunderbird with SOGo plugin
windows 7 / ubuntu 13.10
Baikal 0.2.4 / Baikal 0.2.7

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You have to change the multirealm settings in Thunderbirds about:config.

Go to "Tools" => "Options" => "Advanced" => "Config Editor"

Search for "calendar.network.multirealm" and change the default (false) to "true". Delete all passwords and restart Thunderbird. Now each calendar asks for a user / pwd.

cwhub commented Mar 18, 2014

You have to change the multirealm settings in Thunderbirds about:config.

Go to "Tools" => "Options" => "Advanced" => "Config Editor"

Search for "calendar.network.multirealm" and change the default (false) to "true". Delete all passwords and restart Thunderbird. Now each calendar asks for a user / pwd.

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@cwhub thank you very much for the tips. I was stucks because I couldn't enter more than one account and the error in console was not very informative ("DAV_NOT_DAV. Description : La ressource sur « http://***/baikal/cal.php/calendars/**/default » n'est pas une collection DAV ou n'est pas disponible").

I think this information should be indicated into the installation instructions. Which I copied there: #288

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@cwhub thank you very much for the tips. I was stucks because I couldn't enter more than one account and the error in console was not very informative ("DAV_NOT_DAV. Description : La ressource sur « http://***/baikal/cal.php/calendars/**/default » n'est pas une collection DAV ou n'est pas disponible").

I think this information should be indicated into the installation instructions. Which I copied there: #288

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Merged #288. Thanks :)

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netgusto commented Nov 13, 2014

Merged #288. Thanks :)

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pascal06 Apr 28, 2015

Hello all,
I've got this problem from a long time now (Thunderbird use only one user/pass for multi account on the same baikal server). I set calendar.network.multirealm Thunderbird option to true, but it doesn't work: thunderbird ask for password again and again.
Could you help me ?
Thanks in advance.

Hello all,
I've got this problem from a long time now (Thunderbird use only one user/pass for multi account on the same baikal server). I set calendar.network.multirealm Thunderbird option to true, but it doesn't work: thunderbird ask for password again and again.
Could you help me ?
Thanks in advance.

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if I remember well, it keeps asking, then when you set the option to true, after you close TB and restart it, it might ask just one more time, and them it's done.

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farvardin commented Apr 28, 2015

if I remember well, it keeps asking, then when you set the option to true, after you close TB and restart it, it might ask just one more time, and them it's done.

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Yes. Just restart tb and done :)

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if I remember well, it keeps asking, then when you set the option to
true, after you close TB and restart it, it might ask just one more
time, and them it's done.


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Yes. Just restart tb and done :)

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if I remember well, it keeps asking, then when you set the option to
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Hello,

It didn't work for me.

On 28.04.2015 10:56, fitgura wrote:

Yes. Just restart tb and done :)

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It didn't work for me.

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Yes. Just restart tb and done :)

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time, and them it's done.


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I'm using Baïkal 0.2.7, with one server, 4 accounts and 6-8 clients, no problem for me.
Have you tried on different computers?

I load those URL in TB:
http://192.168.0.100/baikal/cal.php/calendars/account1/default
http://192.168.0.100/baikal/cal.php/calendars/account2/cal01
http://192.168.0.100/baikal/cal.php/calendars/account2/cal02

Here are my notes:
if you need to get access to multiple Baikal accounts on the same serveur, you need to change the multirealm settings in Thunderbirds about:config. Go to "Tools" => "Options" => "Advanced" => "Config Editor". Search for "calendar.network.multirealm" and change the default (false) to "true". Delete all passwords and restart Thunderbird. Now each calendar asks for a user / password.

Maybe the important part is: "Delete all passwords and restart Thunderbird." because TB might have (wrongly) kept the old passwords.

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farvardin commented Apr 28, 2015

I'm using Baïkal 0.2.7, with one server, 4 accounts and 6-8 clients, no problem for me.
Have you tried on different computers?

I load those URL in TB:
http://192.168.0.100/baikal/cal.php/calendars/account1/default
http://192.168.0.100/baikal/cal.php/calendars/account2/cal01
http://192.168.0.100/baikal/cal.php/calendars/account2/cal02

Here are my notes:
if you need to get access to multiple Baikal accounts on the same serveur, you need to change the multirealm settings in Thunderbirds about:config. Go to "Tools" => "Options" => "Advanced" => "Config Editor". Search for "calendar.network.multirealm" and change the default (false) to "true". Delete all passwords and restart Thunderbird. Now each calendar asks for a user / password.

Maybe the important part is: "Delete all passwords and restart Thunderbird." because TB might have (wrongly) kept the old passwords.

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Le 28/04/2015 16:25, farvardin a écrit :

I'm using Baïkal 0.2.7, with one server, 4 accounts and 6-8 clients,
no problem for me.
Have you tried on different computers?

I load those URL in TB:
http://192.168.0.100/baikal/cal.php/calendars/account1/default
http://192.168.0.100/baikal/cal.php/calendars/account2/cal01
http://192.168.0.100/baikal/cal.php/calendars/account2/cal02

Here are my notes:
if you need to get access to multiple Baikal accounts on the same
serveur, you need to change the multirealm settings in Thunderbirds
about:config. Go to "Tools" => "Options" => "Advanced" => "Config
Editor". Search for "calendar.network.multirealm" and change the
default (false) to "true". Delete all passwords and restart
Thunderbird. Now each calendar asks for a user / password.

Maybe the important part is: "Delete all passwords and restart
Thunderbird."


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Good evening,
I tried again all theses advices, but nothing again.
I created a fresh new profile (so, without any password...) in TB with
just Lightning, SoGo, and multiream option enabled.... It ask for
password again and again :
http://i19.servimg.com/u/f19/17/14/08/50/baikal11.jpg
http://i19.servimg.com/u/f19/17/14/08/50/baikal12.jpg
I just want to configure two differents users:
http://www.mysite.com/diary/cal.php/calendars/pascal/default/
and
http://www.mysite.com/diary/cal.php/calendars/audrey/default/

Regards,

Pascal

Le 28/04/2015 16:25, farvardin a écrit :

I'm using Baïkal 0.2.7, with one server, 4 accounts and 6-8 clients,
no problem for me.
Have you tried on different computers?

I load those URL in TB:
http://192.168.0.100/baikal/cal.php/calendars/account1/default
http://192.168.0.100/baikal/cal.php/calendars/account2/cal01
http://192.168.0.100/baikal/cal.php/calendars/account2/cal02

Here are my notes:
if you need to get access to multiple Baikal accounts on the same
serveur, you need to change the multirealm settings in Thunderbirds
about:config. Go to "Tools" => "Options" => "Advanced" => "Config
Editor". Search for "calendar.network.multirealm" and change the
default (false) to "true". Delete all passwords and restart
Thunderbird. Now each calendar asks for a user / password.

Maybe the important part is: "Delete all passwords and restart
Thunderbird."


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#215 (comment).

Good evening,
I tried again all theses advices, but nothing again.
I created a fresh new profile (so, without any password...) in TB with
just Lightning, SoGo, and multiream option enabled.... It ask for
password again and again :
http://i19.servimg.com/u/f19/17/14/08/50/baikal11.jpg
http://i19.servimg.com/u/f19/17/14/08/50/baikal12.jpg
I just want to configure two differents users:
http://www.mysite.com/diary/cal.php/calendars/pascal/default/
and
http://www.mysite.com/diary/cal.php/calendars/audrey/default/

Regards,

Pascal

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I'm not using Sogo (you don't need it to use baïkal anyway), maybe it's bringing some problems in this case? Try disabling or removing it...

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farvardin commented Apr 29, 2015

I'm not using Sogo (you don't need it to use baïkal anyway), maybe it's bringing some problems in this case? Try disabling or removing it...

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Hello Farvardin,
I just removed Sogo and give it a try again, but the problem is always there :(

Hello Farvardin,
I just removed Sogo and give it a try again, but the problem is always there :(

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dga71 Apr 29, 2015

Hello Favardin,
how do you synchronize your Thunderbird contacts without the SoGo-connector?

dga71 commented Apr 29, 2015

Hello Favardin,
how do you synchronize your Thunderbird contacts without the SoGo-connector?

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@dga71: hmm, I don't remember. At my work I only synchronize calendars. At home maybe I'm using zindus or sogo, I'll have a look and tell you.

@pascal06: sorry I don't know then (I'm not a baïkal dev, only user). Maybe you could try an alternative like owncloud or radicale to see if there is a difference.

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farvardin commented Apr 29, 2015

@dga71: hmm, I don't remember. At my work I only synchronize calendars. At home maybe I'm using zindus or sogo, I'll have a look and tell you.

@pascal06: sorry I don't know then (I'm not a baïkal dev, only user). Maybe you could try an alternative like owncloud or radicale to see if there is a difference.

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I'm using baïkal and had the same issue. Digging around based on this comment https://bugzilla.mozilla.org/show_bug.cgi?id=799184#c7 I switched from Digest to Basic authentication (in the Settings of the Baïkal web gui) and it worked.

ghost commented Apr 24, 2016

I'm using baïkal and had the same issue. Digging around based on this comment https://bugzilla.mozilla.org/show_bug.cgi?id=799184#c7 I switched from Digest to Basic authentication (in the Settings of the Baïkal web gui) and it worked.

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Hello badmeischter,
thanks a thousand times for the hint with changing Baikal from digest to basic authentification! I tried to add two caldars from two users and ended up in a password-loop with calendar.network.multirealm set to true. Deleting all previously saved password is essential I think for saving the new calendar-credentials correctly.

I'm using following software:
Windows 10
Thunderbird: 45.6.0 with Lightning Calendar 4.7.4
Baikal: 0.2.7-002

Hello badmeischter,
thanks a thousand times for the hint with changing Baikal from digest to basic authentification! I tried to add two caldars from two users and ended up in a password-loop with calendar.network.multirealm set to true. Deleting all previously saved password is essential I think for saving the new calendar-credentials correctly.

I'm using following software:
Windows 10
Thunderbird: 45.6.0 with Lightning Calendar 4.7.4
Baikal: 0.2.7-002

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