I love this add-on Rated 5 out of 5 stars
I really love this add-on and I truly thought that it had stopped working with the installation of Thunderbird 52.2.0. As it turns out, the issue I was having was caused by something else, so I am back in business. Thanks to the author for his hard work on this add-on.
Works great Rated 5 out of 5 stars
Reordering accounts was the feature I needed and it works great and allows me to put RSS feed on top.
Can't put RSS on top Rated 1 out of 5 stars
I've tried diffrent configuration but I was not able to have RSS Feed on top of pane
Change of icons on folders in Manually sort folders Rated 5 out of 5 stars
There was a strong wish that the developer has added a feature for change of icons on folders.
Great Rated 5 out of 5 stars
Once I sorted out where to go it is so simple. Keep up the good work
great Rated 5 out of 5 stars
it works as it should be.
I have 48 accounts in Thunderbird and now I can re - order them. Great great great!
Great!!! thanks!! Rated 5 out of 5 stars
At last I found it. Thanks a lot for your work. It's so useful!!
thanks very helpfull Rated 5 out of 5 stars
thanks very helpfull
Manually sort folders Rated 5 out of 5 stars
Tend to avoid add ons but this is very good and useful one.
SIMPLE & EFFECTIVE Rated 5 out of 5 stars
Was exactly what I was looking for. Intuitively designed and simple to configure. Thank you!
то что надо Rated 5 out of 5 stars
does not support sort by creation date Rated 4 out of 5 stars
I was looking for sorting folders and subfolders within a folder to sort by creation date.
Looks like a good add-on, but not what I'm looking for...still I'm giving 4 stars as it does as advertised.
I will install again once above is feature is implemented.
Nailed exactly what I need Rated 5 out of 5 stars
Until I set up an "All Inboxes" folder, I never cared much about account order. My most important was the first I had, so I just lived with it.
This extension does exactly what it needs to do. It is a bit strange that you have to restart to have certain things take effect, but it works great. Thanks for a great extension.
Works for me Rated 4 out of 5 stars
Can't understand why the makers of Thunderbird which is a good e-mail package don't allow you to move folders by drag and drop. Is anybody at Firefox listening.
Yes you can use the add on "Manually move Folders but what a total pain, Mozilla--wake up!
Can not install Rated 3 out of 5 stars
This is a feature I want it very much. Unfortunately it failed to install "because it has not been verified." How do I get around the check?
Works well except for one key missing feature Rated 3 out of 5 stars
I recently moved my email accounts, so I added some new servers, and am about to delete the old ones. I used this plugin to re-sort the accounts rather than doing it the about:config way, and it worked great, except for one thing...
I had moved my "Feeds" (RSS) folder to the end, after "Local Folders," but this plugin moved "Local Folders" back to the end, and in its UI, "Local Folders" is locked there. I want my feeds separate from my email, at the bottom of the list, but this extension makes that impossible, because of what seems to be an arbitrary UI choice.
Once I finish my server move, I'll have to move my accounts around manually and avoid using this plugin, so it doesn't break my sorting again.
Works 100% for me! Rated 5 out of 5 stars
I am not sure why others are complaining as, so far I am concerned, this does EXACTLY what it says it will do!
There is an entry in the Tools menu and as for it being "not worth the work", I suggest you go away and do better - then you might have the right to complain!!
Every developer works towards what he or she feels is the right solution and that may not tally exactly with what you want - that does not mean it is not worth it.
I am not a devloper but I am very grateful there are those that are and I think we should recognise that fact.
works well, but needs some polish Rated 4 out of 5 stars
The "polish" would be maintaining focus/highlight on the selected account. As it is now, when the user moves the account beyond the listbox border and then moves it back into the box, highlighting is lost, making it sometimes difficult to follow movement. Also, when highlight is lost and the user reselects the same account, it doesn't highlight it, but merely borders it with a solid focus outline -- the border would be enough to help follow movement, but unfortunately, this focus outline is lost when the account is moved again.
Maintaining focus/highlight at all times on the selected account would be proper aesthetics.
Also, multiple selection capability for moving groups/blocks would be most welcome.
Lastly, a feature request: smtp list sorting. For those of us with a lot of accounts, it would be great to be able to sort the smtp's to match the account order . Over the years of adding accounts, removing and re-adding, my smtp list is effectively randomized.
Great With a Minor Niggle Rated 4 out of 5 stars
I just installed this to sort my numerous email accounts into an order of my preference (and not Thunderbird's). It does what it says on the tin, however, to the minor niggle:
The app does not create an entry in the Tools menu (TB v45.5) as advertised in the first line of the plugin's description. You can still get to it using its options from the Extensions menu though.
Five stars if the plugin allowed drag'n'drop re-ordering, either in the combined inbox, or in the account settings.
Also, I can't confirm the problem reported earlier. I can send and receive emails just fine.
Not Quite there for me Rated 2 out of 5 stars
This add-on would be great except for 2 annoyances - 1 minor and 1 major.
The minor - when I go into Manually Sort Folders Options, Sort Folders Tab; the selected account is always the last account in my list. It should default to the main (or first) account as this is usually the primary account. At least it is for me.
But the Major annoyance, and the reason I have removed it: I want to tweak the existing folder list, so when I change the Sort Option from "Use Thunderbird's Default" to "Use a manually defined sort" I do NOT want the folders to be completely resorted alphabetically. I want to start organizing from Thunderbird's default. As it is now I have to go through ALOT of work to rearrange the folders back to Thunderbirds default and then move the few folders I want to arrange differently. It's not worth the work.