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Simple, Fast, Effective Rated 5 out of 5 stars
This does exactly what I wanted. With one key, I can send mail to whatever predetermined folder I've chosen. If there's no filter set up, it pops up the filter creation window to make one.
In another email client (Evolution), I did the same thing by creating filters that only applied if the mail was read, then manually applied filters, but it was much clunkier and much slower.
The one feature I would like to see added is a block to stop processing any mail that is unread or starred. An alternative would be allowing the filters to have multiple conditions that must be met (which could then include the read status, for example).
Almost perfect Rated 4 out of 5 stars
This is almost perfect. Before this extension, I had Firefox prompt me when a site asked to store a cookie. Now I just unblock the site when I notice that something doesn't work right.
The only feature it still needs is to list all the cookies rejected for the current tab since it was loaded. That way if what you really need is to allow a cookie from some secondary site, you would have the option of doing so.