Use the latest version of Thunderbird.
- Setup your mailaccount.
When you are done, Thunderbird tells you at the bottom of the window that it now contains calendaring functionality by integrating the Lightning extension.
- Click the 'Keep' button.
After that you have to install the plugin, that gets Thunderbird in contact to our Exchange server:
- Find the latest version of the plugin here: github.com/ExchangeCalendar/exchangecalendar/releases.
- Scroll down to 'latest release'.
- Download the xpi file.
Switch to Thunderbird and install the Add-on you just downloaded.
- Open the Tools menu by pressing Alt-t.
- Choose 'Add-ons'.
- Click the wheel symbol and choose 'Install Add-on From File...'.
- Navigate to the file you just downloaded and install it.
- Restart Thunderbird.
- Open the File menu by pressing Alt-f.
- Choose 'New...'.
- Choose 'Calendar...'.
- Choose 'On the network' and click 'Next'.
- Choose 'Microsoft Exchange 207/2010/2013' and click 'Next'.
- Give your calendar a name of your choice and click 'Next'.
- Choose 'Use Exchange's autodiscovery function'.
- Primary email address: your aau email address.
- Username: the name in front of the @.
- Domain: the abbreviation of your department (name behind @ without aau.dk)
- Press 'Perform autodiscovery' and give Thunderbird some minutes to work. You will be asked for your mail password.
- When Thunderbird findes the correct EWS server 'https://mail.aau.dk/EWS/Exchange.asmx' click 'Select'.
- Maybe you have to type in your password again.
- Click 'Next' and 'Finish'.