There is another place where the default calendar refresh interval is set within the contents of the Lightning extension, atleast for 1.9.

Its in chrome/calendar/content/calendar/calendar-properties-dialog.js

The line :

if (refreshInterval === null) refreshInterval = 30;

I changed it to 5, did a test install, and confirmed it worked.

Probably over complicating this though, I imagine there is a global preference value I'm just not aware of.

On 01/15/2013 04:53 PM, Nobody wrote:
Just came across this as well.
In Lightning 1.9, if you extract the XPI, and edit the file
calendar-js/calCalendarManager.js, you'll find the lines below :

if (refreshInterval === null) {
// Default to 30 minutes, in case the value is missing
refreshInterval = 30;

You might be able to get away with changing that value to 5 and zipping
the extension back up.
This would work better for new deployments obviously.

I know its been a while since the original question was posted, but
better late than never.

On 03/13/2012 07:57 AM, wrote:
SOGo 1.3.12C, Thunderbird 10, Lightning 1.2.3. Configured on
inserting the following line in chrome/content/general/
force_int_pref("calendar.autorefresh.timeout", 5);
But the refresh time in calendars remain 30 minute. Look at
about:config and
find calendar.registry.<HASH VALUE>.refreshInterval, but don't know
hot set int
in custom-preferences.js.
Can somebody help?

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