Daniel Wolf Thunderbird
About this Collection
In this collection are addons I used since Thunderbird 1.??? some of them were updated, others still not, but I still have hope for it, therefore I mantain them on track. Enjoy ans speed your work!
33 Add-ons in this Collection
Resizer for inline and attachment images (JPEG, PNG, BMP and GIF image formats).
All platforms are supported (Windows, Linux and Macintosh).
This extension allows you to manually sort (order) your folders in the folder pane of Thunderbird or automatically sort them, but in a better way. This extension also allows you to re-order accounts in the folder pane.
True "Send Later" functionality to schedule the time for sending an email.
European Portuguese (pt-PT) Dictionary
Search and remove messages which are the same as other messages in your mail folders (referred to as duplicates or dupes).
Add symbol in header plane to switch between compact and expanded view. Options to switch between one or two lines compact view, which buttons should be displayed in header pane. For Thunderbird 36 and older use version 2.0.9 (see version history)
Adds toolbar buttons to the customize toolbar window in several programs including Firefox, Thunderbird and SeaMonkey. Some of the buttons make commonly preformed actions quicker, others add new functionality.
The "Swiss army knife" of folders. Turn your favorites into tabs - open folders and subfolders, move mails without scrolling around or searching. powerful + easy.
See new mail at a glance after automatic filtering - supports quickFilters addon!
Extracts all attachments from selected messages and then can delete, detach or mark-read.
Persistent sticky notes for Thunderbird associated to mails.
This is a port to Thunderbird >= 3 based on XNote 2.1.0 ( https://addons.mozilla.org/en-US/thunderbird/addon/3093 ) with bugfixes and additional features.
Associates user-defined colors with accounts and identities. Applies these colors to accounts, identities, folders, message list, message headers and compose headers. Users will always know which accounts/identities they are working with.