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Install collection #1: for designed, timed, personalized bulk mailing you need extra: Mail Tweak; #2 for address book data mining you need extra: Seek and MoreFunctionsForAddressBook; #3 nice reading.
33 Add-ons in this Collection
Displays icon for user agent of received mails.
Displays the address books in a sidebar in Thunderbirds 3-pane-window and can be toggled with the F4 key or a toolbar button.
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Did your friend send you a cool link? Want to read the rest of that interesting article? Don't want to open up your web browser just to view it? You don't have to! Just view it in Thunderbird with ThunderBrowse!
Removes comment, display name automatically from addresses before sending mail.
Display birthdays from the Thunderbird addressbooks as events in Lightning.
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).
Displays a small graphic visualising the context (thread) of the currently selected email.
Maximize message pane by collapsing the thread pane. You can read a message in larger area without opening a new message window...
This add-on provides a few new ways to keep Thunderbird clean.
It is a Theme of the Mac Leopard-style which did iLeopard in a model.
Collapse and expand quotes. Please see the extension homepage for further information.
Note that MozDev has shut down long ago (mailing list etc). Add-On homepage, source code and issue tracker are on GitHub, as linked on this page.
Thunderbird Extension: AutoSend Unsent Messages. Flushes entire outbox at regular intervals.
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...
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