Thunderbird Add-ons? Here's Some Great Ones!
by Ken Saunders
About this Collection
Thunderbird add-ons that I've either used for years, or tested and highly suggest.
48 Add-ons in this Collection
Associates user-defined colors with POP3/IMAP 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.
Adds toolbar buttons to the customize toolbar window in several programs including Firefox, Thunderbird and SeaMonkey. Some of the buttons make commonly preformed actions quicker, others add new functionality.
Adds many new mail filter actions - launch a file, suppress notification, remove star or tag, mark replied or unread, copy as "read", append text to subject.
DOM Inspector is a tool that can be used to inspect and edit the live DOM of any web document or XUL application. The DOM can be navigated using a two-paned window displaying a variety of different views on the document and all nodes within.
Displays icon for user agent of received mails.
Add more items to Add-ons Manager context menu.
Thunderbird Message Filter Import/Export is a thunderbird/mozilla extension to import/export message filters.
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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Allows for customization of the folder pane. Accounts can be rearranged and the startup folder can be chosen.
Adds a summary of mail accounts and folders to replace the account central pane and the empty folder preview
No Message Pane Sort prevents accidental resorting of the message pane by disabling mouse button clicks on the column headers, thus, locking the sorting order of your emails.
It is still possible to sort messages by ctrl-clicking the header.
Allows other extensions to create new account types. This extension (sometimes called SkinkGlue) should not normally be downloaded directly by users, but instead is included in bundles with other extensions, such as the extension TweeQuilla.
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