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|User since||August 31, 2012|
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thank you very much for this module we were hoping for month, to give a nice in-house alternative to you send-it and the other commercial providers, where you never know what they do with your data, how they may exploit then.
The module works perfectly, and is very well designed :
we find very convenient that we can choose between our different repositories on Ajaxplorer where to store the files send from Thunderbird, and very convenient that we don't have to give the login and password if they are same as the mail credentials.
Please note also that at first we made a mistake in the path of the Ajaxplorer server we have to mention in the module settings. And Diego the developper give us quickly and precisely the tip that permit us to debug our mistake !
[Because we forgot we had an Apache rewrite rule on our ajaxplorer server - from https://ajaxplorer.example.com to https://ajaxplorer.example.com/ajaxplorer - , we should have given to the module settings the path https://ajaxplorer.example.com/ajaxplorer where is index.php. Once we did it , it worked perfectly ]
Thank you so much ! It's well designed, easy to use, and overall, without it, Thunderbird would be irrelevant in most enterprises !
I will ask my boss to make a donation ;-)
Little mistake (typo) in the extension version compatible with TB 17.* : in the install.rdf file, contained in the module, <MaxVersion> is set to 7.* instead of 17.* i guess.
BTW, like many others, I would be delightfull to see the module enlighted by the recursivity in ACL settings (possibility to replicate to sub-sub-sub-...directories).
Looks great....but seems not to function on TB 17 LinuxThis review is for a previous version of the add-on (0.6.13).
Thank you so much for this module ! It kills a critic we get from users migrating from Outlook to Thunderbird ! Because it's not so obvious, I recommend to look at the preferences of the module, in our case to disable the red or blue and withe background on the whole line of the mails where a priority is defined, to avoid the problem of the not very readable selection of "prioritized" mails.Thank you again,Vincent.PS: it's works nicely in TB 17 for Linux, which is not the case of another module, Priority SwitcherThis review is for a previous version of the add-on (1.2).
In my experience, the module can't log-in "as-is" with my Ajaxplorer webdav account.
But it's maybe an Ajaxplorer webdav configuration issue.
Otherwise, it will be great !