|User since||June 19, 2008|
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Rated 5 out of 5 stars
This extension is of great use to me. I have some e-mail accounts on which I also receive mail that is forwarded to it through addresses other than my main address for that account. And for some of them I want to be able to send mail with those addresses in the From field.
Since I had already organized such forwarded mail to end up in separate folders, Folder Account came in real handy. Now I no longer have to select the right sender identity when composing an e-mail :)
The author quickly responded on my request for the beta version which supports TB3. And today I found an e-mail in my inbox with the final version of the extension.
Extension makes all folders threaded Rated 2 out of 5 stars
The extension does what it promises, and does it nicely.
However, it has a nasty side effect (at least with me). I use multiple accounts and as such have multiple inboxes, sent folders etc. Only one of them is threaded, the rest is just sorted by date and some are then grouped by sort.
But after installing this extension all my folders become threaded. I can switch them back to unthreaded or grouped by sort, but after I receive another e-mail for that folder, threadbubble forces it back to a nicely sorted threaded view.
(ThreadBubble 0.6 with Thunderbird 18.104.22.168 on Windows XP SP2)
Update: Followed the advice to disable all other extensions. Unfortunately this had no effect. ThreadBubble still keeps threading inboxes that should not be threaded. I think it appears only to happen when you receive an e-mail for the folder you're currently viewing.