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|User since||March 14, 2008|
|Number of add-ons developed||0 add-ons|
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Real Memory: 154MB
Virtual Memory: 441MB
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Virtual Memory: 423MB
Looks very useful. Rikaichan is still the most immediate way of finding the meaning of japanese words in text but when you can't use Rikaichan, e.g. when you're trying to read a PDF in your browser window, Moji is pretty handy. The recently looked-up word list is also very cool.This review is for a previous version of the add-on (0.9.2).
It's excellent at identifying spam; pretty good at identifying possible spam (though a blatant Viagra mail slipped through - maybe I haven't trained it enough yet). One minor point is that even though I've made a new 'Spam' folder and checked the box in the prefs to move spam to it, at the moment Thunderbayes doesn't seem to want to move the mail from my inbox. But overall a very useful addition to Thunderbird's built in junk filter, especially if you're being bombarded by f*****g spammers. Set up is very easy if you're thinking about trying it out. One of the best Thunderbird add-ons I've installed.