Terrific Thunderbird Transformations
About this Collection
Essential collection to transform TB to the most terrific Email client
17 Add-ons in this Collection
The "Swiss army knife" of folders. Turn your favorites into tabs - open folders and subfolders, move mails without scrolling around or searching. powerful + easy.
See new mail at a glance after automatic filtering - supports quickFilters addon!
Collector's Note Totally Awesome. Essential for Thunderbird / SeaMonkey / Postbox: Tames the Mail Folder Tree monster.
Extension to mimic Outlook Express Stationery.
Allow you to use HTML files as templates for mail. Also allow custom template in replies or forwarded mail!
Collector's Note My main reason for using this - it adds a HTML tab to the composer window. So no more bloated mark up in my Emails!
Quickly generate mail filters on the fly, by dragging and dropping mails and analyzing their attributes. Create a filter in less than 10 seconds, it's as easy as: drag, click, click.
By popular demand, supports SORTING filters alphabetically.
SmartTemplate4 offers an easy way to automatically create customized replies by auto-inserting various mail headers. Templates can be created for every account as well as for the default (all email accounts). Also supports the Stationery Add-on.
Nautipolis for Thunderbird: High-quality, solid theme based on icons from art.gnome.org.
Fully compatible with from 5.0 upto latest nightly build (currently 27.0a1). Full support for Lightning/calendar.
Retrieve your Passwords the quick way! Never retype or display your secure passwords on screen anymore - put the password where you need it - the login form or the clipboard.
Now also includes SSO change (multi-domain pw) and Backup + Restore.
Collector's Note Dead handy. Get your passwords without displaying them - please review so I can make this one public.
Restores version numbers for all installed add-ons inside Add-on Manager on Firefox, Thunderbird and Seamonkey.
Allows to place a copy of sent messages (aka FCC) into the currently active folder or any other folder you choose, when you create the message. Usually the copies are placed into the 'Sent' folder. For replies, you may also move the original message.
Collector's Note If you (like me) still rely on Folders to keep your zillions of mails organized, this one might be quite a productivity enhancement - you can answer to an email, and instead of filing your reply into the Sent folder the copy can go to any other folder, (Usually the one you are in) - so you can see & treat your message thread in-line, which results in less searching and moving. Phew, I hope I explained that one right ;)
Move the Thunderbird menu bar to the top. Choose from a selection of visual styles + colors. Add frequently used bookmarks and an avatar icon without wasting precious screen space. Bookmark your favorite sites, emails, folders or configuration pages.
Collapse and expand quotes. Please see the extension homepage for further information.
Note that MozDev has shut down long ago (mailing list etc). Add-On homepage, source code and issue tracker are on GitHub, as linked on this page.
Collector's Note Essential Thunderbird Plugin. You simply can't do without this.
Gets new messages for selected mail accounts.
Collector's Note Another essential little time saver! If you have many email accounts and don't want to download all Inboxes at the same time, this is for you!
ColumnsWizard by Mic
Adds some magic to the messages list columns!
With this addon you can:
* Add a custom column
* Set the default columns for any new folder.
* Show hidden columns in the Conversation Tab.
* Edit a mail header value for a single message.
Enter accents, diacritics, diaeresis, umlauts, ligatures etc. with keyboards of various countries (us,uk,ie,fr,it,ru,de,sv) - via easy to remember shortcuts or menu. Also supports all textboxes of the application (such as search, filters).
Collector's Note For all multi-linguists who have to use a non-native keyboard! Totally cool; just use the shortcut key and you can tÿpë Ümlãuts, diacritics etc without having to remember lengthy ASCII codes.