Awesome utility for seeing the hidden parts of a message Waardering 5 van 5 sterren
This often lets me get to graphics that are otherwise hidden for bulk saving 5+ stars but I hope an icon is added to the message window to toggle this rather than having to go to the menu
Thanks for all your hard work!
Causes replies to include 2x the original message Waardering 3 van 5 sterren
When replying to a message that contains a text version of the message and an html version, both versions of the text are included in the response inlined. so it looks like 2 copies of the original text. there doesn't seem to be a way to stop this besides manually selecting one of the copies and deleting it, or disabling the addon when replying.
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Excellent add-on! Thank you jikamens. I think I saw you also wrote Send Later, which I also use. Thanks for your efforts.
One suggestion (or question) I'd make is this: is there a simple way (other than digging into the menus, which takes several clicks and much attention) of toggling between Message Body As "Original HTML" and "Show All Body Parts"?
The best by far for me would be a single global hot key that worked anywhere in Tbird that would toggle between the two. Short of that, maybe a button that you could put on a custom tool bar.
It wouldn't surprise me if there's already some way to do this, but I couldn't figure it out.
wow! Solved my issue of an attachment not being visible... Waardering 5 van 5 sterren
Thanks for writing this! Solved my issue...
Although I regret finding it after two hours of googling why a public key file, sended to me as an attachment, would not be shown in Thunderbird. The only way I could see the attachment was actually there was when I ticked View -> Display attachments inline. But then it would display the key as some text that I could not (easily) import into enigmail.
Hope Mozilla reconsiders not integrating this plugin in Thunderbird...
empty body Waardering 5 van 5 sterren
The body of the email from a new contact was empty. With 'view source', it was possible to establish what was the content. With this extension, the content was displayed nicely again. Highly recommended.
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This extension should be part of Thunderbird. Great for strange proprietary E-Mails, "txt" attachments, and bunch of other contents... It'd be nicer if it changed based on the sender.
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Works perfectly Waardering 5 van 5 sterren
It's very helpful.
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Very useful when needed. I used the add on for some time but the email displays became too overcrowded so I decided to uninstall it. But, nevertheless all my messages keep showing all hidden attachment despite the fact that the add on was removed. I do not know now how to stop this add on.
Turn it off the same way you turn it on...
View | Message Body As | Original HTML (or Simple HTML or Plain Text).
Excellent Waardering 5 van 5 sterren
Very useful in deleting unneeded HTML-formatted text to keep the emails small in size. For example if you receive an email in HTML but don't really need to keep the HTML-ness of it, you can use this add-on to delete the HTML part of the email and retain the text-only part. This can help reduce the size of the email potentially by 50%, if you're storing tons of such email like me.
The only gripe is: after removing the HTML parts of an email, the email is listed as having an attachment although the original email didn't really have an attachment (like attached word docs, images, pdfs). This kinda messes up the "search for all emails with attachments".
Thank you Waardering 5 van 5 sterren
I can't understand how this isn't part of Thunderbird by default. Thank you so much for writing it.
Solves attachment problems! Waardering 5 van 5 sterren
Great, this add-on fixed my problem with incoming messages composed in Lotus Notes and then forwarded by Outlook (attachments were invisible).
Would love to have this feature either per-message or at least switched on and off more easily.
toolbar button Waardering 4 van 5 sterren
It is very useful addon for me. But I would like it is more user friendly:
Is it possible to implement toolbar button for this function?
I only need this function for several e-mail messages, for all other messages I use other message body views.
A simple button with functionality:
- on first click it sets the View | Message Body As | All Body Parts message display mode
- on second click it sets original display mode used before.
Or, another possibility instead of toolbar button - but I am not sure if it is in the scope of add-ons, is to add a filter something like: "for all messages from firstname.lastname@example.org set the View | Message Body As | All Body". But this solution seems to me not possible because View | Message Body As settings is global and not per message, as far as I can see.
I installed other addon, Toolbar Buttons, which created such button. Although this button rotates 4 display modes and do not toggle between "Show all body parts" mode and previous used mode, it is better than nothing.
Problem with Thunderbird 8.0 Waardering 5 van 5 sterren
UPDATE: The comments below are true for v1.1. Version 1.2 apparently corrects things. Thanks!
When downloading/installing this addon directly (through the addons tab) initially it works: I can see the option Message Body as All Body Parts.
However, when I close and restart Thunderbird, although the addon is enabled, the above option in the menu is no more there. You have to remove (disable/enable does not work) the addon and re-install to have the option again.
I have tried in three different computers with the same results.
Note: If I try to install from file (downloaded xpi) and not directly (through the Addons Thunderbird page), then the addon does not work: the option is not added to the menu at all.
If it works, indispensable!
Works, but instructions are wrong Waardering 4 van 5 sterren
There is no "Show" menu option in Thunderbird 8.
Instead the instructions should read "View | Message Body As | All Body Parts".
I.e. just like the screen dump says.
You're right, of course. I've fixed it.