Mozilla Lightning Project is a user-friendly and reliable piece of software functioning as an extension for Thunderbird or SeaMonkey, enabling you to benefit from the Sunbird calendar right in your email client.
Swift and intuitive usage
In order to get started with the tool, you simply need to drag and drop it over the host application, then allow it to install, also including an app restart.
Subsequently, on the right side of the main window, an additional panel will be displayed, letting you add and manage entries in your timetable.
Create and organize events, meetings and deadlines in your calendar
Mozilla Lightning Project allows you to create a ‘New Event’, inputting a location and assigning it to a category. You can choose the start and end date and time, whereas checking the corresponding box, it can be set as an ‘All Day Event’.
Moreover, the tool enables you to repeat the event on a daily, weekly, monthly or yearly basis, but it also permits custom repetitions. Before saving, you have the option of adding a description, in order to help you remember what it was about, particularly if it is not that important.
Mozilla Lightning Project even supports attachments, which can be added either through a URL address or a locally stored document’s path. The event can be set a public or private and you can easily invite attendees, signaling them as required, optional or non participant. The created entries are then listed in your calendar, enabling you to review them whenever you need to remind yourself of upcoming meetings or tasks.
A handy extension for planning ahead
To summarize, Mozilla Lightning Project is a useful and efficient addon that can successfully assist you in organizing your schedule from within Thunderbird or SeaMonkey, allowing you to keep track of all your upcoming events.