Firefox 4 Rated 5 out of 5 stars

Please make this available for Firefox 4

Rated 5 out of 5 stars

Does what it should! Great!

Where is the support section? Rated 1 out of 5 stars

People don't pay much attention to how something works, do they? The point of the add-on is to
Dave_B_H:
"Using the X button only closes the window, and the program continues to run in the background, hidden. For those of us who use a pre-processing program, completely exiting is a must, or Thunderbird grabs the mail before it is processed."
My case
I using Exit Button Thunderbird 0.5, then TB only closes the window, and the program continues to run in the background, hidden.
Only Task Manager can stop it.

Rated 5 out of 5 stars

hello,

is it possible to make this exitbutton animated on mousehover?

Rated 5 out of 5 stars

Great Plugin

Here's Why Rated 5 out of 5 stars

People don't pay much attention to how something works, do they? The point of the add-on is to COMPLETELY close Thunderbird withut drilling through the menus. Using the X button only closes the window, and the program continues to run in the background, hidden. For those of us who use a pre-processing program, completely exiting is a must, or Thunderbird grabs the mail before it is processed.

Rated 5 out of 5 stars

I am glad this button makes easy access to the Tbird Exit cmd. Untill the MW Windows window close bug isfound and killed the Exit Cmd. is the onlt shure way to stop all running processes and closing the Tbird window.

Looking forward to this extension being made Tb 3.0a2pre compatible.

Why Not yet rated

Although it's a great feature for Firefox, I don't understand the purpose in TB. If several msgs are open in different windows, hitting the X closes them. And adding the Exit Button does not cause those windows to restore on the next start (is this a bug?)

Also we have the keyboard shortcut Cntrl/Q to File/Exit which is a no-brainer.

This has to be the most pointless addon in history. Not yet rated

The title says it all. I mean, why the hell do we need yet another way of being able to exit Thunderbird? Do you see that red X in the corner (you wouldn't if not on windows)? It does the very same thing. It miraculously manages to close the program. Now isn't that a shock? A built-in way of exiting? Never! Sadly for you, it does exist, and is in a far more convenient location.