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 <i>Existing users</i>:&nbsp; Please note that the Personalize tweak now works in a different way.<br>  
 To compose a personalized message, in the main window choose: Message &ndash; Personalize...  
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 <p><b>Note: &nbsp;</b>  <p><b>Note: &nbsp;</b>
 Mail Tweak version numbers have no relationship to Thunderbird version numbers.  Mail Tweak version numbers have no relationship to Thunderbird version numbers.
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   <dt>Folder menus</dt>
   <dd>
   <p>Adds a Recent checkbox to folders' context menus, so that you can add 
   or remove folders from your list of recently used folders.</p>
   <p>Adds tooltips to the cycle buttons at the top of the folder pane,
   so you can see which views the buttons will show.</p>
   <p>Optionally adds a Favorite menu to, or removes the Recent menu from, 
   all Move To and Copy To menus.</p>
   </dd>
   
 <dt>Folder pane auto-hide</dt>  <dt>Folder pane auto-hide</dt>
 <dd>  <dd>
 <p>Automatically hides the folder pane.</p>  <p>Automatically hides the folder pane.</p>
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 <dt>Personalize messages</dt>  <dt>Personalize messages</dt>
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<p>Sends each recipient an individual message, using data from your address book.</p><p>Sends each recipient an individual message, using data from your address book or a CSV file.</p>
 <p>To use this feature, write a message by choosing: Message &ndash; Personalize... &nbsp;  <p>To use this feature, write a message by choosing: Message &ndash; Personalize... &nbsp;
You can address it to a list, or to individuals in your address book.</p>You can address it to a list, or to individuals in your address book. Alternatively, 
<p>Alternatively, select cards in your address book, then get a context menuselect cards in your address book, then get a context menu
(for example, by right-clicking a card) and choose: Personalize</p>(for example, by right-clicking a card) and choose: Personalize &nbsp;
 To use addresses from a CSV file, do not specify any addresses in the message.</p>
 <p>  <p>
 To send the message, press the Personalize button or choose: File &ndash; Personalize &nbsp;  To send the message, press the Personalize button or choose: File &ndash; Personalize &nbsp;
   If the message has no recipients, then MailTweak prompts you to choose a CSV file that
   specifies the recipients.
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   <p>
 MailTweak creates an individual copy of the message for each recipient.  MailTweak creates an individual copy of the message for each recipient.
The messages are placed in your Unsent folder, so if you wish you can review them before sending them.</p>The messages are placed in your Unsent folder, so if you wish you can 
<p>To include data from your address book, specify fields in your message.review them before sending them.
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 <p>
 To include data from your address book or CSV file, specify fields in your message.
 For example, if you specify <code>%%firstName%%</code> then the actual message sent will have  For example, if you specify <code>%%firstName%%</code> then the actual message sent will have
 the recipient's first name in that position in the message.  the recipient's first name in that position in the message.
The available fields are the properties listed here:</p>
<a href="http://xulplanet.com/references/xpcomref/ifaces/nsIAbCard.html">nsIAbCard</a></p><p>
 The available address book field names are the properties listed here:
 <a href="http://xulplanet.com/references/xpcomref/ifaces/nsIAbCard.html">nsIAbCard</a> &nbsp;
 Field names in a CSV file are as specified in the first line of the file, but with
 spaces changed to underscores.
 For example, if the CSV file specifies the field name First Name, then type
 <code>%%First_Name%%</code> (with an underscore) in the message.
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 <p>You can specify a different field marker (default: <code>%%</code>).</p>  <p>You can specify a different field marker (default: <code>%%</code>).</p>
 <p>By default each personalized message has a unique internal message ID.  <p>By default each personalized message has a unique internal message ID.
 You can turn this off to send messages with the same internal message ID (but some mail  You can turn this off to send messages with the same internal message ID (but some mail
 systems might not be able to handle distinct messages that have the same ID).  systems might not be able to handle distinct messages that have the same ID).
 </p>  </p>
   <p>In each record of a CSV file, the first field that contains an <tt>@</tt> sign is taken 
   to be the e-mail address. Alternatively, set the preference 
   <tt>extension.mailtweak.personal.csv.to</tt> to the name of the field that contains
   the e-mail address, changing spaces in the name to underscores.
   </p>
   <p>
   CSV files are taken to be in the platform charset by default.
   Alternatively, set the preference 
   <tt>extension.mailtweak.personal.csv.charset</tt> to specify the charset of the CSV file.
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 <p><b>Note:&nbsp; </b>  <p><b>Note:&nbsp; </b>
 In Templates and Drafts folders, the default action is Edit Message As New.  In Templates and Drafts folders, the default action is Edit Message As New.
 To personalize a template or draft, choose: Message &ndash; Personalize As New... &nbsp;  To personalize a template or draft, choose: Message &ndash; Personalize As New... &nbsp;
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 <p><b>Restrictions:&nbsp; </b>The following restrictions apply in the current version.  <p><b>Restrictions:&nbsp; </b>The following restrictions apply in the current version.
 Future versions might have fewer restrictions:</p>  Future versions might have fewer restrictions:</p>
 <ul>  <ul>
<li>Each recipient must be in your address book<li>If you specify recipients in the message, then each recipient must be in your address book
 (even if you do not use any address book fields in your message).</li>  (even if you do not use any address book fields in your message).</li>
<li>There is no special handling for address book data that requires a different charset<li>There is no special handling for fields that require a different charset
 ("character encoding") from the message charset.  ("character encoding") from the message charset.
To work around this, if your address book contains data requiring various charsets,To work around this, if your data requires various charsets, send your message 
send your message using Unicode (UTF-8).using Unicode (UTF-8).
 </li>  </li>
<li>Fields are supported in the message subject, but only if the field data in your address book<li>Fields are supported in the message subject, but only if the field data is US-ASCII. 
is US-ASCII. No other charset is supported, not even the charset of the message body.No other charset is supported, not even the charset of the message body.
 </li>  </li>
<li>There is no special handling for missing address book data.</li><li>There is no special handling for missing field data.</li>
 <li>Performance may be poor if you use this feature for large messages or many recipients.  <li>Performance may be poor if you use this feature for large messages or many recipients.
 For bulk mailing, it is better to use a specialized bulk mailing program.</li>  For bulk mailing, it is better to use a specialized bulk mailing program.</li>
 </ul>  </ul>
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