Indispensible add-on Rated 5 out of 5 stars
I have relied on this and Paolo's other brilliant addons for a while. This one is just great avoiding having to search for and move sent emails.
Yes it could be made better by having a search for any part of folder name... as I use punctuation marks in front of names to set the folder order
(I thought the option in favourites- "same folder as original" had disappeared, but it was there at the top when I used the scroll bar!)
Thank you Paolo Kaosmos.
Keep the Mailbox Clean (and organized) Rated 5 out of 5 stars
I only recently sought out a solution to my problem of mailbox bloat. Based on my current role, it is critical for me to retain a trail of email documentation for interactions conducted with numerous parties.
However, in so doing, I found that my Inbox, Sent Box, and other folders were beginning to suffer from bloat and disorganization.
This add-on has helped immediately -- on sending emails in Thunderbird, I am able to immediately file messages to either permanent archival folders, into "timed" archive folders which I delete on a periodic schedule, or into the Trash folder. Of significant use is the ability to file both my sent message and the message I'm replying to at the same time.
I have seen a marked difference in bloat in my inbox and sent boxes. I attribute this improvement to the Send and File addon.
Very good functionality, but finding sub-folders should be improved Rated 4 out of 5 stars
I use this extension everyday to keep correspondence well organized. One aspect that could be improved is the finding of sub-folders. Currently, if a sub-tree of folders is collapsed, the extension won't search for any folder within the sub-tree. I have to manually expand a sub-tree and then type the folder name again. Also, the search algorithm only searches folder names that BEGIN with the typed sequence, rather than folders that have the sequence anywhere in the name. Thus, a search for A7 will not return a folder named BA7. I'd like to see this extension use a search algorithm similar to the one in Quick Folder Move 1.2 by Philipp Kewisch, which returns a list of sub-folders partially matching a search term and regardless of location in a folder tree.
How to define favourite folders on OS X Rated 5 out of 5 stars
I finally figured out how to define favourite folders on OS X. In the Preferences of Send and File or when the Send and File dialog is being displayed it's possible to edit favourite folders via the Thunderbird Menu Bar.This user has a previous review of this add-on.
Please make it available for PostBox :-) Rated 5 out of 5 stars
I am considering moving over to PostBox (which supports Quick Look on OSX among other niceties), but I'm not sure I can make it without your very very very useful extension ... I see that you already made the Import/Export tools available to PostBox users ... would you consider doing the same for this extension ?
Even better than my Lotus Notes function Rated 5 out of 5 stars
I was looking to a function I have in Lotus Notes, which file the message after sending.
This is even better, because it archives in the same folder also the mail I'm replying to.
Gran bel lavoro, Paolo!
Rated 4 out of 5 stars
another item in the wishlist : it shall be nice to have the last 5 or 10 folders selected to be proposed in the Favorite Folders tab...This review is for a previous version of the add-on (0.3). This user has a previous review of this add-on.
Really. This is a GREAT idea--and now it WORKS Rated 5 out of 5 stars
I couldn't edit my above review, so here's the update: the author & I exchanged a couple of emails (he got with me very promptly), and it works beautifully now. This is an incredibly handy Extension, and saves me LOTS of time scrolling to & fro to file my mails. Just exactly what I was looking for! Big THANKS to Paulo for saving me frustration with my OCD!This review is for a previous version of the add-on (0.2.4).