These are the add-ons considered to be essential for using Thunderbird in the daily use at Burobjorn.
Organize your schedule and life's important events in a calendar that's fully integrated with your Thunderbird email. Manage multiple calendars, create your daily to do list, invite friends to events, and subscribe to public calendars.
Collector's Note Lightning is a great calendar add-on for Thunderbird. It makes keeping track of appointments a breeze!
OpenPGP message encryption and authentication for Thunderbird and SeaMonkey.
Collector's Note Privacy and trust is what Enigmail handles for me. By using Enigmail I can easily sign my email with a public key and read encrypted email sent to me. Great for sending passwords or other sensitive information.
Allows URI texts written in webpages to be loaded by double clicks.
Collector's Note Text link makes it easy to follow up on any links sent in plain-text without having to paste the links into my browser. It makes plain text links clickable and saves me time.
Dutch dictionary with wordslist from OpenTaal.
Collector's Note A dictionary. No need to say more except a big thank you for the creators and maintainers of this add on!
Keyboard shortcuts to change folder, move/copy messages, with folder name auto-completion.
Collector's Note Without Nostalgy I would not be able to keep up with email on a day to day base. it allows me to quickly sort those emails my filters have let through using the keyboard and archive them. In my opinion this add-on should be part of the Thunderbird core!
Ability to see attachment sizes ...
Collector's Note Attachment Sizes does exactly what it says: it shows you the attachment size! Should be part of the Thunderbird core in my opinion.
Prompts you if it looks like you wanted to attach a file but didn't.
Collector's Note Attachment Reminder reminds me to attach an attachment when I refer to an attachment in my email. This prevents me from having to send another email and apologize due to a forgotten attachment. Highly recommended.