Thunderbird 3 at work
About this Collection
A bunch of addons very useful at work.
89 Add-ons in this Collection
Switch the signature on/off or choose a new one from your predefined set...
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.
Asks for the master password at startup (fixes multiple password prompt)
The Add-ons Manager slims down!
This add-on reduces the height of entries in the Add-on Manager, so you can display more of them at a time.
Extension to mimic Outlook Express Stationery.
Allow you to use HTML files as templates for mail. Also allow custom template in replies or forwarded mail!
Grab and Drag by Ian
Enables Adobe Acrobat-style grab and drag scrolling, Flick gestures, and Momentum scrolling in Firefox. Useful for (older) pen or touchscreen-based devices for which these gestures are not natively supported. Not useful on Windows 8 touch devices.
SmartTemplate4 offers an easy way to automatically create customized replies by auto-inserting various mail headers. Templates can be created for every account as well as for the default (all email accounts). Also supports the Stationery Add-on.
Add as many local folders as you want to (like outlook PST).
NB. It doesn't import PST files.
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.
Allows several tweaks to the Thunderbird/Lightning calendar user interface including new selection styles and repeating event icons. Mimics the colors and styles found in MS Outlook.
Adds some options to print messages and addressbooks
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.