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    7: Mail Tweak
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   10: <p>
   11: <b>Mail Tweak</b> is an extension for Thunderbird 2 (with partial support for Thunderbird 1.5).
   12: It provides a variety of fixes and enhancements.
   13: </p>
   15: <p>
   16: Mail Tweak's user interface is in US English, Brazilian Portuguese, Czech, French, German and Polish.
   17: </p>
   20: <p>
   21: The <b>Mail Tweak</b> project is a subproject of <b>Journal</b>.
   22: </p>
   25: <h3 id="install" style="border-bottom: 1px solid #900">Installing Mail Tweak</h3>
   26: <p>To use Mail Tweak, you should normally have Thunderbird or a later release.
   27: (You can install Mail Tweak in Thunderbird 1.5, but some of the tweaks do not work
   28: in 1.5 and some of the information on this page is not accurate for 1.5.)</p>
   30: <p>
   31: Install Mail Tweak in any of the normal ways that you install an extension.
   32: </p>
   34: <h4>Installation Example</h4>
   35: <p>
   36: For example, in Thunderbird choose Tools &ndash; Add-ons from the menu bar.
   37: Drag the link below and drop it in Thunderbird's Add-ons window.
   38: </p>
   40: <p>
   41: Wait for the download, and allow the installation to proceed.
   42: </p>
   44: <p>
   45: Restart Thunderbird.
   46: </p>
   48: <h3 id="download" style="border-bottom: 1px solid #900">Download</h3>
   49: <p>
   50: <i style="color:#900;">Do not click the download link in Firefox or SeaMonkey.</i><br>
   51: Drag the link and drop it in Thunderbird's Add-ons window, or save the file to install later.
   52: In other web browsers, if the drop does not work, click the link and save the file to install later.</p>
   54: <p style="margin-left: 2em;">
   55: <b>Current version</b><br>
   56: Here is the download link for the current version:<br>
   57: <a href="">mailtweak-0.15.xpi</a>
   58: </p>
   60: <p>If you saved the file to install later, install it like this: 
   61: start Thunderbird, then in Thunderbird choose Tools &ndash; Add-ons, 
   62: press the Install... button, and select the file that you saved.</p>
   64: <p><b>Note: &nbsp;</b>
   65: Mail Tweak version numbers have no relationship to Thunderbird version numbers.
   66: </p>
   68: <h3 style="border-bottom: 1px solid #900">Using Mail Tweak</h3>
   69: <p>Configure Mail Tweak by using its Options dialog.</p>
   71: <p>
   72: To open the Mail Tweak Options dialog when you first install Mail Tweak, press the
   73: Options... button at the bottom of the About Mail Tweak window.
   74: </p>
   76: <p>
   77: To open the Mail Tweak Options dialog at any other time, choose Tools &ndash; Add-ons.
   78: On the Extensions page, select Mail Tweak.  Then press its Options button.
   79: </p>
   81: <img src="mailtweak-shot1.png" width="459" height="419" style="margin-left:2em;">
   83: <p><b>Note:&nbsp;</b>
   84: This screen shot shows an early version of Mail Tweak.
   85: Later versions have more tweaks.
   86: </p>
   88: <p>
   89: After making a change, optionally check the box: Reload windows to apply changes now.
   90: If you check this box, then Mail Tweak will try to apply your changes immediately,
   91: and Thunderbird's main windows will be reset.
   92: Alternatively, restart Thunderbird after making changes.
   93: </p>
   95: <p><b>Note:&nbsp;</b> Reloading the Compose window does not always work, because
   96: Thunderbird might reuse an old Compose window that has not loaded the new settings.
   97: To work around this, restart Thunderbird.
   98: </p>
  100: <h3 id="download" style="border-bottom: 1px solid #900">Tweaks</h3>
  101: <p>
  102: Here is a list of the tweaks in the current version of Mail Tweak.
  103: Tweaks marked with an asterisk * are enabled by default.
  104: </p>
  106: <dl id="tweaks-list">
  108: <!--
  109: <dt></dt>
  110: <dd>
  111: <p>
  112: </p>
  113: </dd>
  114:  -->
  116: <dt>Account Settings cleanup *</dt>
  117: <dd>
  118: <p>Cleans up the list of accounts in Account Settings, so that when you 
  119: open Account Settings the current account is the only one expanded.</p>
  120: <p>Also adjusts the size of the Account Settings window
  121: and the accounts pane.</p>
  122: </dd>
  124: <dt>Address lines</dt>
  125: <dd>
  126: <p>When you write a message, this allows you to move the splitter 
  127: at the top of the message body upwards to reduce the number of 
  128: address lines, so you have more room for the message body.</p>
  129: <p>Also sets the initial number of address lines to the value here.</p>
  130: </dd>
  132: <dt>Background color inheritance</dt>
  133: <dd>
  134: <p>When you reply to or forward a message that is displayed in the message 
  135: pane or in its own window, your new message inherits the background color 
  136: of the original.
  137: </p>
  138: </dd>
  140: <dt>Bcc by default</dt>
  141: <dd>
  142: <p>Makes Bcc (instead of To) the default for addresses in a new message.</p>
  143: </dd>
  145: <dt>Column heading lock</dt>
  146: <dd>
  147: <p>Locks column headings so that the view sorting does not 
  148: change if you click a heading accidentally.</p>
  149: <p>When you really want to change the view sorting, 
  150: hold down the Shift key while you click a column heading.</p>
  151: </dd>
  153: <dt>Compact from folder properties *</dt>
  154: <dd>
  155: <p>In the Folder Properties dialog, adds a Compact button and shows the unused 
  156: space in the folder file as a percentage of its size on disk.</p>
  157: <p>In a folder's context menu, disables the Compact choice when the folder is 
  158: already compact.</p>
  159: </dd>
  161: <dt>Configuration menu *</dt>
  162: <dd>
  163: <p>Adds Tools &#8211; Configuration menu choices for direct access to 
  164: directories and files used by Thunderbird.</p>
  165: <p>Each menu choice opens a configuration directory or file using your 
  166: operating system's default application, and displays its path in 
  167: Thunderbird's status bar. The menu choices are:</p>
  168: <table style="border-spacing: 1em 0;">
  169: <tbody>
  170: <tr><td>Installation...</td><td>Program <a href="">installation directory</a></td></tr>
  171: <tr><td>Profiles INI...</td><td><a href="">Profile Manager</a> data file</td></tr>
  172: <tr><td>Current Profile...</td><td>Current <a href="">profile directory</a></td></tr>
  173: <tr><td>Chrome CSS...</td><td>CSS style rules for the user interface: <a href="">userChrome.css</a></td></tr>
  174: <tr><td>Content CSS...</td><td>CSS style rules for message content: <a href="">userContent.css</a></td></tr>
  175: </tbody>
  176: </table>
  177: <p><b>Notes:&nbsp;</b></p>
  178: <ul>
  179: <li>Some configuration files should be edited with Thunderbird closed.
  180: Changes to configuration files mostly do not take effect until the next time Thunderbird is started.</li>
  181: <li>On some operating systems, Thunderbird cannot open files and directories.
  182: </li>
  183: </ul>
  184: </dd>
  186: <dt>CSS selector</dt>
  187: <dd>
  188: <p>Identifies possible CSS selectors for elements in 
  189: Thunderbird's user interface, to help in customizing Thunderbird's appearance.</p>
  190: <p>In a Mail & Newsgroups window, choose CSS Selector... 
  191: Then Shift+Click the element in Thunderbird's user interface that you want to identify.</p>
  192: <p>For more information and examples, see:
  193: <a href="mailtweak-css.html">Mail Tweak CSS tweaks</a></p>
  195: </dd>
  197: <dt>Dialogs menu</dt>
  198: <dd>
  199: <p>Menu for more direct access to various dialogs.
  200: The dialogs are:</p>
  201: <table style="border-spacing: 2em 0;">
  202: <tbody>
  203: <tr><td>Connection Settings</td><td>Fonts &amp; Encodings</td><td>Downloads</td><td>Password Manager</td><td>about:config</td></tr>
  204: <tr><td>Offline Settings</td><td>Send Options</td><td>Junk Mail Log</td><td>Certificates</td></tr>
  205: <tr><td>Items for Offline Use</td><td>Download Actions</td><td>Update History</td><td>Revocation Lists</td></tr>
  206: <tr><td>SMTP Servers</td><td>Return Receipts</td><td>&nbsp;</td><td>Device Manager</td></tr>
  207: </tbody>
  208: </table>
  209: </dd>
  211: <dt>Discard new message</dt>
  212: <dd>
  213: <p>Prevents the prompt when you close a message without saving it or sending it.</p>
  214: </dd>
  216: <dt>Disconnect when idle</dt>
  217: <dd>
  218: <p>Runs a script after Thunderbird has been idle for a number of seconds.
  219: You can use the script to disconnect, or for any other purpose.</p>
  220: <p>To place Thunderbird in offline mode after running the script, check the box: Work offline</p>
  221: <p>Activities that trigger the script include getting mail and sending unsent messages.
  222: Sending an individual message and working with Thunderbird's user interface
  223: do not trigger the script.</p>
  224: <p>
  225: Place the script in your Thunderbird
  226: <a href="">profile</a>, or in Thunderbird's
  227: <a href="">installation directory</a>.
  228: </p>
  229: </dd>
  231: <dt>Extension options/preferences</dt>
  232: <dd>
  233: <p>Adds a page to the main Options/Preferences dialog
  234: where you can open extensions' Options dialogs.</p>
  235: <p>Press Shift+PageUp or Shift+PageDown to switch pages.
  236: Press Ctrl+PageUp or Ctrl+PageDown to switch tabs on a page.</p>
  237: </dd>
  239: <dt>Focus empty Subject *</dt>
  240: <dd>
  241: <p>When you compose a message to a known recipient 
  242: (for example, by using the Write button in the address book), 
  243: places initial cursor focus in the Subject field.</p>
  244: <p>This is a temporary fix for
  245: <a href="">bug 207527</a>.
  246: </p>
  247: </dd>
  249: <dt>Folder icons</dt>
  250: <dd>
  251: <p>
  252: Enables CSS style rules for named accounts or folders in the folders pane, 
  253: allowing custom icons and other effects.
  254: </p>
  255: <p>
  256: This is only an enabler. It has no effect by itself. To change the 
  257: appearance of accounts or folders, you must write appropriate CSS style 
  258: rules in your userChrome.css file.
  259: </p>
  260: <p>For more information and examples, see:
  261: <a href="mailtweak-css.html#folder-icons">Mail Tweak CSS tweaks</a></p>
  262: </dd>
  264: <dt>Folder menus</dt>
  265: <dd>
  266: <p>Adds a Recent checkbox to folders' context menus, so that you can add 
  267: or remove folders from your list of recently used folders.</p>
  268: <p>Adds tooltips to the cycle buttons at the top of the folder pane,
  269: so you can see which views the buttons will show.</p>
  270: <p>Optionally adds a Favorite menu to, or removes the Recent menu from, 
  271: all Move To and Copy To menus.</p>
  272: </dd>
  274: <dt>Folder pane auto-hide</dt>
  275: <dd>
  276: <p>Automatically hides the folder pane.</p>
  277: <p>To reveal the folder pane, move your mouse over the left 
  278: edge of Thunderbird's main window.</p>
  279: </dd>
  281: <dt>Hide Local Folders</dt>
  282: <dd>
  283: <p>
  284: Hides the Local Folders account in the folders pane.
  285: (The account is still available in Account Settings and elsewhere.)
  286: </p>
  287: <p>To display Local Folders temporarily, choose: View &ndash; Local Folders</p>
  288: </dd>
  290: <dt>Image defaults</dt>
  291: <dd>
  292: <p>Default settings for the Image Properties dialog in an HTML message,
  293: when you choose Insert  Image...</p>
  294: <p>This controls the defaults for the checkbox "Attach the image to the message",
  295: and for alternate text.</p>
  296: </dd>
  298: <dt>Insert menu</dt>
  299: <dd>
  300: <p>Adds an Insert  Text file... menu choice so that you can import text from a file.</p>
  301: <p>Also enables the Insert menu in the plain text editor, where the Characters and Symbols
  302: choice also works.</p>
  303: </dd>
  305: <dt>Keep a copy prompt</dt>
  306: <dd>
  307: <p>Asks you whether you want to keep a copy when you send a message. Choose Yes (default) 
  308: to send the message and keep a copy, or No to send the message without keeping a copy, or
  309: Cancel to cancel sending. This allows you to send some messages without keeping a copy.</p>
  310: <p>Also adds a menu choice: Options &ndash; Keep a Copy, which is checked by default when the
  311: current identity (From address) is set to keep copies of messages you send.
  312: Uncheck this menu choice to send the message without keeping a copy.</p>
  313: <p>If you use this menu choice, or the Options &ndash; Send a Copy To menu choice, then there is
  314: no prompt when you send the message.</p>
  315: </dd>
  317: <dt>Mesage number</dt>
  318: <dd>
  319: <p>Adds a Message Number... choice to local mail folder context menus, 
  320: so that you can select a message by its sequential number in the folder file.</p>
  321: <p>This is intended to help you find a message reported as malicious by a "security"
  322: program.  Note that a message stored in a Thunderbird folder cannot ever cause harm,
  323: as long as it remains in the folder.  Even if you open the message in Thunderbird,
  324: it cannot cause harm. A malicious message can only cause harm if you yourself
  325: open its attached file.</p>
  326: <p>A folder file may contain deleted messages, which you cannot see in Thunderbird.
  327: To remove these messages, compact the folder.</p>
  328: </dd>
  330: <dt>Open folder</dt>
  331: <dd>
  332: <p>This tweak makes various changes to help you to work with many accounts or folders
  333: in separate windows.</p>
  334: <p>In the folder pane, makes the Open action in an account's or folder's context menu
  335: collapse the rest of the new window's folder pane.</p>
  336: <p>Makes double-click on an account or folder perform the Open action.</p>
  337: <p>Displays internal URIs in the Account Settings and Folder Properties dialogs,
  338: so that you can copy them and paste them in command lines.</p>
  339: <p><b>Note:&nbsp;</b> To open a folder in a new window from a command line, use the switch <tt>-mail</tt>
  340: followed by the internal URI of the account or folder. You can use this, for example, to
  341: make a desktop icon that opens a particular account. For example:</p>
  342: <pre>
  343: thunderbird -mail mailbox://nobody@Local%20Folders/Inbox
  344: </pre>
  345: </dd>
  347: <dt>Permanent pen</dt>
  348: <dd>
  349: <p>A permanent color and style for adding comments in replies.</p>
  350: <p>Press the specified key or choose Format &ndash; Permanent Pen to enable
  351: or disable the pen. Look for an indicator in the formatting toolbar to show 
  352: that the pen is enabled. The indicator is a colored line beside the existing 
  353: color controls.
  354: </p>
  355: <p>In Mail Tweak Options, specify the key, font face, size, color and style 
  356: for your permanent pen.</p>
  358: <p><b>Notes:&nbsp;</b></p>
  359: <ul>
  360: <li>To escape from the pen's formatting, ensure that the pen is turned off,
  361: then use any of the normal methods that Thunderbird provides&mdash;for example,
  362: type Ctrl+Space, or choose: Format  Discontinue Text Styles</li>
  363: <li>To specify the key for your permanent pen in Mail Tweak Options,
  364: go to the Key field and press the key or the combination of keys.
  365: For example, to use Alt+P hold down the Alt key and press the P key&mdash;do 
  366: not try to type the five characters: <tt>A l t + P</tt></li>
  367: </ul>
  368: </dd>
  370: <dt>Personalize messages</dt>
  371: <dd>
  372: <p>Sends each recipient an individual message, using data from your address book or a CSV file.</p>
  373: <p>To use this feature, write a message by choosing: Message &ndash; Personalize... &nbsp;
  374: You can address it to a list, or to individuals in your address book. Alternatively, 
  375: select cards in your address book, then get a context menu
  376: (for example, by right-clicking a card) and choose: Personalize &nbsp;
  377: To use addresses from a CSV file, do not specify any addresses in the message.</p>
  378: <p>
  379: To send the message, press the Personalize button or choose: File &ndash; Personalize &nbsp;
  380: If the message has no recipients, then MailTweak prompts you to choose a CSV file that
  381: specifies the recipients.
  382: </p>
  383: <p>
  384: MailTweak creates an individual copy of the message for each recipient.
  385: The messages are placed in your Unsent folder, so if you wish you can 
  386: review them before sending them.
  387: </p>
  388: <p>
  389: To include data from your address book or CSV file, specify fields in your message.
  390: For example, if you specify <code>%%firstName%%</code> then the actual message sent will have
  391: the recipient's first name in that position in the message.
  392: </p>
  393: <p>
  394: The available address book field names are the properties listed here:
  395: <a href="">nsIAbCard</a> &nbsp;
  396: Field names in a CSV file are as specified in the first line of the file, but with
  397: spaces changed to underscores.
  398: For example, if the CSV file specifies the field name First Name, then type
  399: <code>%%First_Name%%</code> (with an underscore) in the message.
  400: </p>
  401: <p>You can specify a different field marker (default: <code>%%</code>).</p>
  402: <p>By default each personalized message has a unique internal message ID.
  403: You can turn this off to send messages with the same internal message ID (but some mail
  404: systems might not be able to handle distinct messages that have the same ID).
  405: </p>
  406: <p>In each record of a CSV file, the first field that contains an <tt>@</tt> sign is taken 
  407: to be the e-mail address. Alternatively, set the preference 
  408: <tt></tt> to the name of the field that contains
  409: the e-mail address, changing spaces in the name to underscores.
  410: </p>
  411: <p>
  412: CSV files are taken to be in the platform charset by default.
  413: Alternatively, set the preference 
  414: <tt>extension.mailtweak.personal.csv.charset</tt> to specify the charset of the CSV file.
  415: </p>
  416: <p><b>Note:&nbsp; </b>
  417: In Templates and Drafts folders, the default action is Edit Message As New.
  418: To personalize a template or draft, choose: Message &ndash; Personalize As New... &nbsp;
  419: </p>
  420: <p><b>Restrictions:&nbsp; </b>The following restrictions apply in the current version.
  421: Future versions might have fewer restrictions:</p>
  422: <ul>
  423: <li>If you specify recipients in the message, then each recipient must be in your address book
  424: (even if you do not use any address book fields in your message).</li>
  425: <li>There is no special handling for fields that require a different charset
  426: ("character encoding") from the message charset.
  427: To work around this, if your data requires various charsets, send your message 
  428: using Unicode (UTF-8).
  429: </li>
  430: <li>Fields are supported in the message subject, but only if the field data is US-ASCII. 
  431: No other charset is supported, not even the charset of the message body.
  432: </li>
  433: <li>There is no special handling for missing field data.</li>
  434: <li>Performance may be poor if you use this feature for large messages or many recipients.
  435: For bulk mailing, it is better to use a specialized bulk mailing program.</li>
  436: </ul>
  437: </dd>
  439: <dt>Preferences cache</dt>
  440: <dd>
  441: <p>Backs up preference settings, including account settings, and restores them automatically 
  442: if your accounts ever disappear.</p>
  443: <p>This tweak is only a convenience. It is not a substitute for regular backups of all your data.</p>
  445: </dd>
  447: <dt>Search windows</dt>
  448: <dd>
  449: <p>Allows multiple Search Messages windows and Advanced Address Book Search windows to be open at the same time.</p>
  450: </dd>
  452: <dt>Send with no subject</dt>
  453: <dd>
  454: <p>Prevents the prompt when you send a message with an empty subject, 
  455: and sets the subject to some specified text (which can be empty).</p>
  456: </dd>
  458: <dt>Splitter highlight *</dt>
  459: <dd>
  460: <p>Highlights the splitter between panes in a window when one of the panes 
  461: is collapsed and the mouse pointer moves over the splitter, making it easier 
  462: to find the splitter and drag it to open the collapsed pane.
  463: </p>
  464: </dd>
  466: <dt>Status icons *</dt>
  467: <dd>
  468: <p>Adds icons in the status bar of the message window, showing the status of the message at the time you opened it.</p>
  469: <p>The icons depend on the theme you are using.  In the default theme they are:<br>
  470: <div style="margin-left: 2em; line-height: 20px">
  471: <img src="mailtweak-icons.png" style="float: left; margin-right: 1ex;">
  472: New<br>
  473: Starred<br>
  474: Replied to<br>
  475: Forwarded<br>
  476: Replied to and forwarded<br>
  477: </div>
  478: </p>
  479: <p><b>Note:&nbsp;</b> The icons might not be available in some themes&mdash;for
  480: example, themes based on earlier releases of Thunderbird.
  481: </dd>
  483: <dt>Status message cache *</dt>
  484: <dd>
  485: <p>Displays each status message in the main window for a fixed time so you have time to read it.</p>
  486: <p>Also keeps recent status messages. To review them, click on the status bar.</p>
  487: </dd>
  489: <dt>Tag numbering *</dt>
  490: <dd>
  491: <p>Numbers all your tags, not just 1 to 9.</p>
  492: <p>To tag one or more selected messages, type a tag number.</p>
  493: <p>
  494: In Mail Tweak Options, specify the delay to apply before a tag 
  495: number takes effect, depending on how fast you type.
  496: For example, if you type 19 too slowly, then your 
  497: messages will be tagged with tag 1 and tag 9 instead of tag 19.
  498: </p>
  499: </dd>
  501: <dt>Tag tools</dt>
  502: <dd>
  503: <p>Changes the interface for managing tags.
  504: Choose: Tools &ndash; Options... &ndash; Display &ndash; Tags &nbsp; in the usual way.
  505: </p>
  506: <p>To change the rank of tags, move them up or down the list.
  507: A message's highest-ranked tag is the tag used to set the message's color.
  508: </p>
  509: <p>To share tags between profiles, either export and import them whenever you
  510: need to, or specify a pool.
  511: The pool is a file that Thunderbird reads from when it starts up,
  512: and writes to whenever you change the tag list.
  513: </p>
  514: </dd>
  517: <dt>Tree font</dt>
  518: <dd>
  519: <p>Sets the font size in the folder pane, thread pane and address book.</p>
  520: <p>Themes and other customizations can override this setting.</p>
  521: </dd>
  523: <dt>Word count *</dt>
  524: <dd>
  525: <p>Counts words and characters when you are composing a message. 
  526: To see the counts, select some text and look for the message in 
  527: the status bar at the bottom of the Compose window.</p>
  528: <p>To count all the words and characters in the message, select 
  529: all the text&mdash;for example by pressing: Ctrl+A</p>
  530: <p>
  531: To see the count while you type the message, choose: View &ndash; Word count
  532: </p>
  533: <p>The counts are approximate, because of the way the text in a 
  534: message is encoded by the editor. Also, a message is encoded 
  535: differently for transmission, so the character count does not 
  536: tell you the size the message will be when you send it.</p>
  537: </dd>
  538: </dl>
  540: <p>* Tweaks marked with an asterisk are enabled by default.</p>
  542: <h3 style="border-bottom: 1px solid #900">Uninstalling Mail Tweak</h3>
  543: <p>
  544: To uninstall Mail Tweak, return to the Add-ons window.
  545: Select Mail Tweak and press the Uninstall button.
  546: Close and restart Thunderbird.
  547: </p>
  549: <p>
  550: When you uninstall Mail Tweak, you lose your Mail Tweak options settings.
  551: If you reinstall Mail Tweak later, then your Mail Tweak options are reset to their defaults.
  552: </p>
  554: <h3 style="border-bottom: 1px solid #900">Versions</h3>
  555: <table><tbody><tr><td style="vertical-align: top;"><table style="border-spacing: 1em .25em;"><tbody>
  556: <tr><td style="vertical-align: top;">0.15</td>
  557: <td>
  558: Translations<br>
  559: Background color inheritance<br>
  560: Splitter highlight<br>
  561: Tag tools<br>
  562: </td></tr>
  563: <tr><td style="vertical-align: top;">0.14</td>
  564: <td><i>Not released</i>
  565: </td></tr>
  566: <tr><td style="vertical-align: top;">0.13</td>
  567: <td>
  568: Open folder<br>
  569: Preferences cache<br>
  570: </td></tr>
  571: <tr><td style="vertical-align: top;">0.12</td>
  572: <td>
  573: CSS selector<br>
  574: Message number<br>
  575: Search windows<br>
  576: </td></tr>
  577: <tr><td style="vertical-align: top;">0.11</td>
  578: <td>
  579: Folder menus<br>
  580: Personalize&mdash;CSV<br>
  581: </td></tr>
  582: <tr><td style="vertical-align: top;">0.10</td>
  583: <td>
  584: Configuration menu&mdash;Linux fix<br>
  585: Disconnect when idle<br>
  586: Personalize&mdash;menu choice: Message &ndash; Personalize As New...<br>
  587: </td></tr>
  588: <tr><td style="vertical-align: top;">0.9</td>
  589: <td>
  590: Compact from folder properties<br>
  591: Focus empty Subject<br>
  592: Personalize&mdash;menu choice: Message &ndash; Personalize...<br>
  593: Word count&mdash;menu choice: View &ndash; Word count
  594: </td></tr>
  596: </tbody></table></td>
  597: <td style="vertical-align: top;"><table style="border-spacing: 1em .25em;"><tbody>
  599: <tr><td style="vertical-align: top;">0.8</td>
  600: <td>
  601: Bcc by default<br>
  602: Configuration menu<br>
  603: Dialogs menu<br>
  604: Personalize&mdash;unique message IDs
  605: </td></tr>
  606: <tr><td style="vertical-align: top;">0.7</td>
  607: <td><i>Not released</i></td></tr>
  608: <tr><td style="vertical-align: top;">0.6</td>
  609: <td>
  610: Folder icons<br>
  611: Hide Local Folders<br>
  612: </td></tr>
  613: <tr><td style="vertical-align: top;">0.5</td>
  614: <td>
  615: Address lines<br>
  616: No subject<br>
  617: Discard without saving<br>
  618: </td></tr>
  619: <tr><td style="vertical-align: top;">0.4</td>
  620: <td>
  621: Account Settings cleanup<br>
  622: Extension options/preferences<br>
  623: Image defaults<br>
  624: Insert menu<br>
  625: Keep a copy prompt<br>
  626: Personalize (experimental)
  627: </td></tr>
  628: <tr><td style="vertical-align: top;">0.3</td>
  629: <td>Character count with word count<br>Installable in Thunderbird 1.5</td></tr>
  630: <tr><td style="vertical-align: top;">0.2</tt>
  631: <td>Status icons</td></tr>
  632: <tr><td style="vertical-align: top;">0.1</td>
  633: <td>First released prototype</td></tr>
  635: </tbody></table></td></tr></tbody></table>
  637: <h3 style="border-bottom: 1px solid #900">Feedback</h3>
  638: <p>
  639: For questions or comments about Mail Tweak, please use this thread in the
  640: mozillaZine Extension/Theme Releases forum:
  641: <a href="">Mail Tweak (for Thunderbird)</a>
  642: </p>

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