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|User since||March 5, 2007|
|Number of add-ons developed||0 add-ons|
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Love your work - Does exactly what it says on the tin :)
- Now put up a "Donate" button already, so we can say thanks for all the years of development you've put into Ad Block!
(And all the years of staring at Ad's you've save us)
P.S. I used a friends web browser the other day (no Ad Block), and yeuck, has the internet got ugly or what! Banners, Flash Ads, iFrames, Advert Boxes, yeuck, yeuk yeuck - I want to browse the web, not trawl through Ads! I've been using Ad Block for so long, i'd forgotten just how good it is.
I've upgraded to TB 3 and really miss this extension!
This extension has literally saved me tens to hundreds of hours over the years i've been using it!
It correctly learned where I filed all my mail,
then 1-click and it would file each mail to the correct folder.
Without it, i'm accumulating 100's of emails in my In-box, and really don't want to spend my time filing each one laboriously.
Please update this for TB 3 :)
Excellent Sync - even Postal addresses!
Syncs almost all Contact fields between Gmail and Thunderbird.
Add-ons options allows Postal Address conversion from Gmail free-form to Thunderbird fields addresses - Suggest set "use line breaks" and ensure all postal addresses are of same format.
On downside - Thunderbird expects Firstname and Lastname to be populated - to form main "Name" entry - Add-on populates Display Name only. - will be 5 stars when this is fixed!
Pretty and Informative :)
(Us engineers are very curious people)
Love it !!!!
Replying to similar emails is a breeze - goodbye copy-paste, hello click-and-send :)
eMarks is a nice concept - putting bookmarks into email - esp. if you group and hierachy into folders.
I personally just prefer to "Star" items i want to remember and create a "Starred" Saved Search folder for a flat list. I do end up using the search box a lot too though!
I've been using this MailClassifier for 6 months now to sort all my email.
It's accurate for 9/10 emails and integrates seamlessly with Thunderbird.
It uses less resources than PopFile, and does not slow down after months of training (unlike my PopFile experience)
Supports POP3 and IMAP seamlessly - something PopFile requires plug-ins for.
I still use the Thunderbird built-in classification for Spam though.