My Thunderbird extensions

In no particular order…

  • Bugmail

    Thunderbird 2.0 – 3.0b2pre

    A bugtracker bugmail companion – provides a nice header with bug status, upstream links, etc. work nicely with Launchpad bug mail

  • Buttons!

    Thunderbird 2.0b1 – 3.0

    Adds buttons! Not sure how to explain them all…

  • Compact Menu 2

    Thunderbird 2.0 – 2.0.0.*

    Duplicates the menubar on the toolbar as a menu of menus.

  • Delete Junk Context Menu

    Thunderbird 0.5 – 3.0

    Adds ‘Delete Mail Marked as Junk’ to folders’ right click menu

  • Diccionario de Español/España

    Thunderbird 2.0 – 3.0a2pre

    Diccionario de Español/España

  • Dictionary Switcher

    Thunderbird 2.0b2 – 3.0a1

    Displays the currently selected dictionary in the status bar and allows to change it.

  • Dictionnaire MySpell en Français – part of Ubuntu

    Thunderbird 1.5 – 2.0.0.*

  • Display Mail User Agent

    Thunderbird 2.0 – 3.0a2pre

    Displays the mail program with which the selected mail was written – always useful to give some context to email – is the author using Windows, Linux, a Mac ?

  • Duplicate Contact Manager

    Thunderbird 1.5 – 2.0.0.*

    Facilitates handling of duplicate contacts in your address books. You know you have some.

  • Enigmail – provided by Ubuntu, but I install it manually

    Thunderbird 2.0 – 2.0.0.*

    OpenPGP message encryption and authentication

  • Extension List Dumper – produces this list in nice HTML

    Thunderbird 1.5 – 2.0.0.*

    Dumps a list of the installed extensions.

  • Lightning – I install this one manually too.

    Thunderbird 2.0 – 2.0.0.*

    An integrated calendar for Thunderbird (build 2008091718)

  • Mail Redirect – a must to save some « here’s this email I got but it should go to you  » intros.

    Thunderbird 0.7 – 2.0.0.*

    Allow to redirect (a.k.a. « bounce ») mail messages to other recipients

  • Provider for Google Calendar

    Thunderbird 2.0a1 – 2.0.0.*

    Allows bidirectional access to Google Calendar

  • Quicktext – great for multiple signatures and templates

    Thunderbird 1.5 – 3.0a1

    Adds a toolbar with unlimited number of text to quickly insert. It’s also possible to use varibles like [[TO=firstname]]. With settings for everything.

  • QuoteCollapse – you know, some people just looooove to quote.

    Thunderbird 0.7 – 2.0.0.*

    Collapse quotes.

  • Remember Mismatched Domains – yes I use Dreamhost and SSL.

    Thunderbird 1.5 – 2.0.0.*

    Adds a ‘don’t ask me again’ option to the Domain Name Mismatch Security Error window.

  • Remove Duplicate Messages (Alternate) – no comment!

    Thunderbird 1.5 – 3.0a1

    Locates duplicate messages in mail folders and removes them.

  • Sender Verification Extension

    Thunderbird 0.6 – 2.0.0.*

    Protects you from phishing with SPF and DomainKeys.

  • Tag Toolbar

    Thunderbird 2.0b1 – 2.0.0.*

    Add toolbar for toggling tags.

  • Xpunge

    Thunderbird 1.0 – 2.0.0.*

    Empties the Trash folder and compacts folders in multiple Thunderbird accounts.

If you have any that make your Ubuntu life easier, let me know!


4 réflexions sur « My Thunderbird extensions »

  1. Navigue avec Firefox 3.0.4 Firefox 3.0.4 sur Ubuntu 8.10 x64 Ubuntu 8.10 x64

    Does it have a addon that makes it use the same dictionary as my 99% other programs?

  2. Navigue avec Firefox 3.0.4 Firefox 3.0.4 sur Ubuntu 8.10 Ubuntu 8.10

    Keyboard shortcuts to change folder, move/copy messages, with folder name auto-completion.

    Virtual Identity
    Allows you to modify your Identity settings for a single Mail on the fly.

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