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Resubmission Folder 1.0.1
View the most important e-mails sorted after specified resubmission date and filter them. Do the same with sent e-mails to see which recipient has to be reminded to answer your e-mail.
Only tested on Windows!
Some bugs not fixed yet!
About this Add-on
This add-on was only tested on Windows, there might be problems on other operating systems!
There are some known bugs that have not been fixed yet!
This add-on modifies and adds tags to Thunderbird!
This add-on is available in german and english.
This add-on allows the user to add resubmission dates to e-mails. It creates a virtual folder that shows all e-mails with resubmission dates. These e-mails can be filtered so only the current date or the whole week is shown. the e-mails are shown in different colors to visualize their priority.
The reply reminder is the part of the add-on that reminds the user if the reply of an important e-mail is missing. The user can add dates to the sent e-mails specifying at what date the reply is expected. The user can then view all sent e-mails with reminder dates. He sees which replies are still missing and can write another e-mail or call the recipient. This is useful if the user wants the recipient to confirm an appointment or if the recipient is known to forget to answer his e-mails.
Resubmission dates and reminder dates can be added, modified and removed with toolbarbuttons, the contextmenu (right-click), shortcuts and the sidebar of the add-on.
The buttons have to be added manually to the toolbar. Righclick on the toolbar and click customize. Drag the buttons on the toolbar.
The current version of the add-on is still experimental and some functions might not work properly. Please inform me if you have questions, suggestions or bugs to report.
The resubmission folder and reply reminder are now filtered for two weeks by default.
This add-on is not compatible with your version of Thunderbird because of the following: