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1.11      axel.gru   26: <li>Version <a href="">0.9</a> 15/05/2012  </li>
                     27: <li>Version <a href="">0.8</a> 08/05/2012 First Release</li>
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1.9       axel.gru   61: <h2 class="page-header">quickFilters :: homepage</h2>
1.2       axel.gru   62: 
1.15      axel.gru   63: <p>Thanks for installing quickFilters! <br/>
                     65: This extension makes it much easier to create new mail filters, by simply dragging emails into folders and let quickFilters do the "heavy lifting" 
                     66: of filling in the sometimes complicated settings in the filter settings. Filters are usually used to move emails to other folders, automatically, so it makes
                     67: sense to show Thunderbird "what to do" by dragging one typical email manually, rather than filling in all the complicated details.
                     68: </p>
1.2       axel.gru   69: 
                     70: <a name='messageFilterAssistant'> 
                     71: <h3>The Filter Assistant</h3>
                     72: </a>
                     73: <p>
                     74: With this, it is very easy to create new filters very quickly. 
1.15      axel.gru   75: </p>It will prefill the destination folder and other relevant fields after you have dragged the email into a different folder in the tree.
1.2       axel.gru   76: </p>
                     77: <ol>
1.13      axel.gru   78:   <li> Click on the quickFilters button on the main toolbar<br/>
                     79:   <img class="screenshot" src="img/quickFilters-ToolbarButton.png" alt="main menu: filter assistant">
1.2       axel.gru   80: 
1.13      axel.gru   81:   <li>The button will change depicting a glowing wheel instead of the mail icon and there will be sliding notification:<br/>
                     82:   <img class="screenshot" src="img/quickFilters-Notification.png" alt="filter notification" title="filter notification assistant">
1.2       axel.gru   83: 
1.13      axel.gru   84:   <li>Drag an email into a folder on the left hand folder tree. This will trigger the Create Filter Assistant.<br/>
                     85:   <img class="screenshot" src="img/quickFilters-Assistant.png" alt="filter wizard" title="filter wizard">
                     87:   <li>select a template (e.g. "based on Sender") and click [Create Filter...] - in the example I have pulled an email into the QuickFolders folder.
                     88:   See below for a detailed description.  
                     90:   <li>Next, the Edit Filter dialog is displayed - as you can see it already tries to "guess" what  you want the filter to do when it should be applied, 
                     91:   <u>based on the email that you dragged to the folder</u>:<br/>
                     92:   <img class="screenshot" src="img/filter-Rules.png" alt="filter rules">
                     93:   <br/>Since in this case I chose "Based on Sender", it will pull all conversations from and to <i></i> into the QuickFolders folder. 
                     94:   No need to select the folder (as it has been done automatically) or to enter any condition (this is based on the template that you have chosen).
                     96:   <li>Now tweak the filter as usual and click Ok to save it (and try it out in the Filter List)
                     97:   <li>You can also click Cancel to not create the filter
                     99:   <li> in the last step Thundebird's list of filters is shown. <br/>
                    100:   <img class="screenshot" src="img/filters-List.png" alt="list of filters">
1.2       axel.gru  101: 
1.13      axel.gru  102:   <li>You can repeat the process from step 2 to create more filters
1.2       axel.gru  103: 
1.13      axel.gru  104:   <li>When you're done, click the filter button again to disable "Filter Wizard" mode.
1.2       axel.gru  105: </ol>
1.13      axel.gru  107: <a name='templates'> </a>
1.4       axel.gru  108: <h3>Filter Templates</h3>
1.13      axel.gru  109: 
1.4       axel.gru  110: <p>This section describes the different patterns used to create filters based on the dragged email. 
1.2       axel.gru  111: I will probably add more templates in future, if I get good requests from the users. 
                    112: Simply head over to the <a href="bugs.html">bugs section</a> to suggest new templates.
                    113: <br/>
                    114: <h4>Based on Sender (from)</h4>
                    115: <p>Probably the most used pattern: this will retrieve the sender's email address and paste it into the from and to filter conditions fields.
1.10      axel.gru  116: This way a whole conversation with the sender will be moved to the new folder.
1.2       axel.gru  117: </p>
                    118: <h4>Based on Recipient (to)</h4>
1.12      axel.gru  119: <p>Similar to 'Based on Sender': use this when you move an email from yourself 
                    120: to somebody else. This will retrieve the recpient's email address and paste it into 
                    121: the from and to filter conditions fields. This way the complete conversation with 
                    122: the contact will be moved to the new folder.</p>
1.2       axel.gru  123: <h4>Mailing List</h4>
                    124: <p>
1.10      axel.gru  125: Similar to Based on Sender, but it doesn't fill the 'to' condition field.
1.2       axel.gru  126: </p>
                    127: <h4>Subscriptions - By Subject [Keyword]</h4>
                    128: <p>
                    129: This will look for special "bracketed" expressions, e.g. [amo-editors] or {Mozilla} and create a filter condition based on these; a lot of
                    130: mass email is set up using this pattern, so it is really easy to use.
                    131: </p>
                    132: <h4>By Tags</h4>
                    133: <p>
1.10      axel.gru  134: Uses the tags of the email and adds them as filter conditions.
1.2       axel.gru  135: </p>
                    138: <a name='messageFilterList'> 
                    139: <h3>The Message Filter List</h3>
                    140: </a>
                    142: <p>
                    143: I also created additional functions that I added to the filter list dialog - I created these after it had
                    144: become a simple thing to create many filters (as the list became too long to handle without the search function). 
                    145: </p>
                    146: <img src="img/messageFilters-5.png" alt="Message Filters: new features"/><br/>
                    147: <p>The biggest new feature here is the addition of a Search box, which allows filtering the number of results</p>
                    148: <p>Also you can now move the filter to the top of the bottom of the list. This is actually significant as the 
                    149: order you see on screen is the same as the order in which the filters are executed. This also means, if a filter
                    150: on the top moves a message from the inbox then the filters below will not get a chance to execute on this message;
                    151: as the filters are only executed on messages in the inbox, they will simply be ignored. Therefore it is very important 
                    152: that it remains easy to re-order the relative positions of the filters. This also works while the search box is active.</p>
1.4       axel.gru  153: 
                    155: <h3><a name="other">My other Extensions - highly recommended</a></h3>
                    156: <br/>
1.17      axel.gru  158: <div id='myProjects'>
                    159:        <h4 class="QuickFolders"><a href="">QuickFolders</a></h4>
                    160:        <p>
                    161:        <a href="">QuickFolders</a>
                    162:        (Thunderbird / Postbox) takes the pain out of working with many mail folders; has currently 22,000 daily users and the top rated message reading extensions.<br>
                    163:        </p>
                    165:        <h4 class="ZombieKeys"><a href="">Zombie Keys</a></h4>
                    166:        <p>
                    167:        <a href="">Zombie Keys for Firefox / SeaMonkey</a> ; 
                    168:        <a href="">Zombie Keys for Thunderbird / Postbox</a>
                    169:        <br>
                    170:        <p>Entering European languages (which include diacritics (accented characters, diaeresis, umlauts, etc.), ligatures, the Euro sign, etc.) 
                    171:        into Mozilla applications using a non-native keyboards doesn't have to be a pain any more! 
                    172:        </p>
                    174:        <h4 class="QuickPasswords"><a href="">QuickPasswords</a></h4>
                    175:        <p>
                    176:        <a href="">QuickPasswords for Firefox / SeaMonkey</a>;
                    177:        <a href="">QuickPasswords for Thunderbird / Postbox</a>
                    178:        <br>
                    179:        this is a very neat and quick way to retrieve and use a growing number
                    180:        of passwords, without displaying them on screen or having to re-type them. 
                    181:        Also supports renaming of multiple passwords!
                    182:        </p>
                    183: </div>
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