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I've set-up Thunderbird, Lightning and the Google Bi-directional Calender provider and it's all working fine. I can manually add events to either calender and also access the Google calender via the embedded web tab. However I get a lot of meeting invites at work from exchange. Now Lighting is working correctly I can accept them but the entries are always added to the local calender. How do I make my Google calender the default destination for accepted invite entries?

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In the end I gave up and installed the Google Calender Sync plugin on my corporate Windows boxen and synced that way. – stsquad Sep 26 '12 at 13:22

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