JKs Thunderbird Erweiterungen
About this Collection
Installierte Erweiterungen im Thunderbird 2
17 Add-ons in this Collection
OpenPGP message encryption and authentication for Thunderbird and SeaMonkey.
LookOut is a plugin which allows Thunderbird to interface with Microsoft's mail tools by decoding metadata and attachments encapsulated/embedded in a TNEF encoded attachment (aka winmail.dat).
Quicktext is an extension for Thunderbird that lets you create templates that can be easily inserted into your own emails.
Useful tools for the nightly tester.
(Formerly Local Install) The primary goal of this extension is to provide the tools needed to install and manage extensions and themes locally and tons of other features.
Note: With Toolkit 6.0 Auto Archiving is fully working in Firefox 2.0 and temp...
Allows to place a copy of sent messages (aka FCC) into the currently active folder or any other folder you choose, when you create the message. Usually the copies are placed into the 'Sent' folder. For replies, you may also move the original message.
Note from Mozilla: This add-on has been discontinued. Try Add-on Update Checker instead.
Notifies you when updates are available for your extensions and themes.
This Add-on allows to have HTML temporarily allowed in the currently displayed message by only one click. When switching to another message, it'll be shown automatically again in plain text or simple html mode (if this is your default mode).
Adds two columns to the list of mails. One shows an indicator wether a mail is incoming or outgoing, the other shows the sender or the recipient of the mail respectively...
The primary goal of the Mnenhy project is to make some enhancements to SeaMonkey MailNews/Thunderbird, since there're still plenty of comfort functions missing if compared to Netscape 4.x and other mail and news clients.
Birthday Reminder reminds of upcoming birthdays for all contacts in Thunderbird's address book. Supports Lightning, reminders and even Google Calendar :-)
An extension to add addressbook-related options to the context...
Are you using mailing lists in Thunderbird ?
Do you forward a lot of mail ?
If so, this extension may be useful for you.