Nice, and CAN use the "expected reply by" checkbox Rated 5 out of 5 stars
Hi,I love the idea for this plugin, but for some reason, the checkbox to "expect replies by" in the compose window does not work for me either (I see Aaron had the same problem with version 0.4). I need to manually go into my Sent folder, and go through the menu. This makes it very unfriendly to use :(
UPDATE: I have identified the cause for this: I don't place a copy of my sent emails in "Sent" in my Account Settings, because my IMAP server does it for me every time I send an email, and I don't want to see each email I sent twice in my Sent Folder. Because of this, the gMsgCompose.savedFolderURI variable, in ComposeProcessDone (line 77 of replyManagerComposeOverlay.js) is empty "", and this prevents the header from being located. In fact, my Sent folder is only updated once I go into the folder.
UPDATE2: Thankfully I am using DavMail to connect to my office server. I was able to configure it to not place a mail in "sent", and allow TB to do it. Now, everything is working fine :)
Rated 3 out of 5 stars
Haven't tested fully yet, but noticed that when reading emails the whole headers area is now hidden so you cannot see e.g. From, To, Subject.
Errors in console:
TypeError: gFolderDisplay is Null
TypeError: cal.itip is undefined
Using TB 17.0.6 and Lightning 1.9.1 on Windows XP SP3
Great idea though!
Default number of days for reply Rated 4 out of 5 stars
I just installed this add-on, and it seems to work great, thank you for the work, and for sharing!
I'd like to suggest something though: Would it be possible to allow users to set a default number of days to calculate the date for the expected reply? I'd like to set it to 2 or 3 by default. Well, that's a "nice to have" feature, certainly not crucial. Thanks again for the great tool.
Good Rated 4 out of 5 stars
Kudos to the author -- this is really helpful and there's nothing else like it! It allows you to mark certain messages as requiring a reply -- if a reply doesn't come in by the due date then you can remind people. Very handy!I'm using two Gmail accounts and I do have one issue -- when I use the mail compose window to mark a message as "Expect reply by..." it doesn't show up in my queue of messages expecting replies. But if I go into my Sent messages and mark the message that way, then it works. Is there any way to fix this, since marking it in the Compose window is far preferable.I'm using TB 17.0.06 with RM 0.4 and Lightning 1.9.1 and it works well for me.This review is for a previous version of the add-on (0.4).
Rated 3 out of 5 stars
I am using FB 17.0.4 with RM 0.4 with Lightning 1.9.1 and I am still getting the "undefined" filed in calendar.
Needs a little tweaking but great idea.
Excellent, unfortunately not for ftp-calendars online... Rated 4 out of 5 stars
Great idea and great addon, would be wonderful to add functionality for online-calendars, eg. ftp.
Keep the great work going!
Excellent, seems there is no other reply reminder out there Rated 5 out of 5 stars
Perfect, this plug-in helps to keep track of e-mail requests that expect a reply. Thank you for the good work. Here are some ideas, but the plug-in is already useful as it is now. 1) the calendar entry says: "undefined" is expecting replies, I don't know why it say "undefined" instead of, for instance, the subject of the e-mail or the involved parties 2) it would be great to have a link from the calendar entry to the e-mail for which the alert was triggeredThis review is for a previous version of the add-on (0.4).
Some bug might caused undefined to be displayed. It is intended to show the subject of the email. Could you please provide me with the subject of that email so that I could check what caused the problem.
For the link function, I have an implementation in mind but it requires some alteration to the UI. I'll get to it when I have more time (during school holidays maybe) :)
Rated 5 out of 5 stars
Excellent!This review is for a previous version of the add-on (0.4).
Rated 4 out of 5 stars
What is it: "Reminder boilerplate"?This review is for a previous version of the add-on (0.4). This user has 2 previous reviews of this add-on.
Thank you for your support. The "Reminder boilerplate" is the content of the reminder which will be filled into the message compose window if you choose to send reminder to recipients by clicking the "Send Reminder" button.
Great idea Rated 3 out of 5 stars
I just install this addon.
I enjoy the idea, nevertheless, I confirm Nick2222's review concerning compact header (the header pane simply disappear when both extensions are active).
The error console shows an error at line 279 (this.expectReplyCheckbox is null).
Thank you for your review. After I read Nick2222's review I tried installing Compact Header 2.0.6 and I didn't experience that problem. I need more information in order to reproduce the error and to resolve it. May I know the version of Compact Header you are using and whether there are any other errors? Thank you very much.
Rated 5 out of 5 stars
Excellent, thanks. I've been following your work with GSOC and was looking forward to using it in real :)So far, so good!
Question: is there a criteria we can use to build our own Saved Search for mails still pending for reply?
I'm glad you like it. The messages are marked by adding a custom string attribute to the header. Looks like saved search can't find this attribute. I'll look into how they implement saved search and try to add it in. The workaround is to use the "List Messages Expecting Reply" button to show messages currently marked expect-reply.
Very useful reminder Rated 5 out of 5 stars
I tried it today first time. It helps very quickly to insert memories of expected replies into lightning. It's very useful for all the messages I need an answer. So I can remind everyone who has forgotten to answer.This review is for a previous version of the add-on (0.1).