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|User since||December 2, 2008|
|Number of add-ons developed||1 add-on|
|Average rating of developer's add-ons||Rated 4 out of 5 stars|
Sometimes you need to select a specific SMTP server for sending the current message? Then SendVia is for you.
SendVia provides the `Send' button of message composition windows with a drop-down menu from which you can select or create the SMTP server...
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Simple and useful!
This a simple and very useful addon for TB. One of those extensions whose functionality *should* be part of TB builtin features.
It just works. Thanks!
If the author looks for ideas of improvements, one such idea could be to have a `Rename this attachment' item in the menu that pops down when right-clicking the name of an attachment in the right part of the compose window.
To all looking for this functionality but compatible with multiple identities, please have a look at SendVia:
Choose your SMTP server or create a new one and use it for the current message.
SendVia aims at remaining simple. I've been happily using it for months without any problem. I use several identities, and I'm constantly moving with my Linux laptop).
Comments, questions at: http://dooblesix.blogspot.com/2009/01/sendvia.html
SendVia is currently in addons.mozilla.org's sandbox (experiments, see https://addons.mozilla.org/fr/thunderbird/addon/10471). It needs your tests and comments!!
All the best,
I extended the code of this extension to make it usable even with distinct SMTP servers associated to different accounts / identities.
But smtpswitch comes with no licence. How can I publish my code? Does anyone know how to contact the author?
I extended the code of this extension to make it usable even with distinct SMTP servers associated to different accounts / identities. But smtpswitch comes with no licence. How can I publish my code?