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Old 9th April 2012, 03:32 AM
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Evolution Setup Assistant

I am trying to use the Evolution Calendar, without using Evolution for my Mail. Everytime I click on the Open Calendar on the top panel it invokes the Evolution Setup Assistant. Is there a means of disabling this setup assistant, as I prefer to use Thunderbird for my Email Client.
Thanks for any assistance you can provide...
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