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|User since||October 21, 2008|
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Great job! Works fine on Thunderbird 31.
I would like to suggest to also implement in the future a simple rule:
E-mails received at firstname.lastname@example.org replay with identity email@example.com
That will be helpful for users using servers that in some situations generate a "ghost" e-mail by adding a subdomain. I have this problem right now; anyhow you extensions is helping me with this.
I installed and tested today (04 JAN 2015):
The google redirect links on the search results still are there and fully operational. The addon is not working.
I would like to suggest the implementation of new filters:
Forward message as plain text
Forward message as MIME attachment
Both filters are important to allow automated spam report to systems like SpamCop.net that are unable to "understand" the existing forwarding filter available for Thunderbird because they are forwarded as HTML messages. The existing Redirect filter does not works either.
You can improve your addon by adding it as an option for the Thunderbird as a filter under "Message Filter" were the user can set (a filter) to report (to abusix server) the messages from recurrent spammers in an automated way.
The idea for this addon is great, very useful for who is receiveing lots of e-mails every day, and must to know which one is personal. My suggestion to improve it is to allow the user to config the symbols used to indicate the personal level, or give many choices to chose from, making it more intuitive according the personal preferences.This review is for a previous version of the add-on (0.5).
The addon is not only excellent, but a great idea.
Using it for few days, I found just a minor problem. Sometimes is shown a scroll bar, vertical, horizontal or both.
I uploaded an example here, where is shown a horizontal scroll bar:
I am using TB 11 Portable edition (by portableapps.com).
Thanks for this great addon.
The addon is excellent and useful.
My suggestion to improve a little bit is to include the button "yes for all" on the confirmation box showed when extracting with delete option active. It will be useful for when we are extracting from a large number of messages at once.
If you like, you can also implement a functionality to "delete attachments without extract" that work for many e-mails at once. This is a missing funcionality for TB.
Thanks for the addon and your time.
This addon is great.
I am running on TB 11, after tweak the compatibility version.
Hope you can maintain and update it in a near future.
Thanks for your interest on the subject.
I am using Thunderbird 11.0, portable edition by portableapps.com. If I select one message protected by PREVENT DELETE and another not protected and press the 'del' at keyboard the protected message is not deleted and the unprotected is deleted, but if I press the button 'delete' with the mouse, both are deleted. I tried a number of times and always that behaviour repeats. I changed the tag name, but noting changed.
Here is available a BMP with a printscreen and some additional information:
Feel free to write me at sukhoi47 AT gmx.net
I have interest in cooperate with you because this is an extremely useful addon and I am searching for since I moved from Pegasus Mail to Thunderbird many years ago.
Great add-on! Fill an important "gap" on Thunderbird.
Hi, this is a long waited addon, available since the romantic times on Pegasus Mail.
I tried it and works great IF you select just the protected e-mail, BUT if you select two e-mails, one protected and the another not protected, it fails on protect, and allow to delete both e-mails.
Hope you can improve and thanks again for your time developing useful addons!
Works fine. Thanks for this excellent addon.This review is for a previous version of the add-on (2.0.1-signed).
I would like to suggest to develop an addon compatible with the Firefox-native search box, like was done by scroogle available here:
This will works much better than the obsolete 'bar' system.
I found compatibility problems.
With Thunderbird 3.0.4 don't works and don't install.
With Thunderbird 3.0.3 install, but don't works.