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v3.3.1 unfortunately, the save to PDF still does not work for me. Allows me to select the folder to store the file in, but when I go there, there is nothing.

This is a pity, since it can be one of the most useful tools. The standard save as (to eml) requires a lot of work for each save, since it defaults to subject. #1 subjects can be meaningless. especially as they are sorted by re: re: re: etc. #2 the save date is the current date and not the email date.

Esta análise é para uma versão anterior da extensão (3.3.0). 

Are you using prefix in filenames? Anyway try 3.3.2 version, available now in my website, it should work.

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Sadly, the save to... feature stopped working for v60.x
It is particularly useful because of the way that the pdf file name is constructed - so that one can distinguish files. The other Save as feature (not by Paolo) is limited to eml format and simply uses the subject - given that can have the subject can have many "re"'s and so on it makes it quite ineffective.
Sadly, have to give it a single star, because even though the documentation claims to to support TBv60, it does everything to choosing the folder to save to, but then when you look, there is nothing in the folder.
In an era when our mailboxes are filled to the brim with junk, such a feature is very important.
The developers of TB argue the reasons why such a save to PDF is not possible, but then clarify that this applies to saving all emails - why one would want to do that is beyond me. The mind boggles.

Esta análise é para uma versão anterior da extensão (3.3.0). 

PDF export should be fixed in 3.3.1 version, that has been uploaded now