As stated in the developer comments: I didn't invent the feature to forward inline. It's a standard feature of Thunderbird to forward a single message inline.Bug 401479 is a feature request to add an option to forward inline multiple messages as a single e-mail. Maybe you can add your comments there and vote for that bug if you want that feature added to Thunderbird. https://bugzilla.mozilla.org/show_bug.cgi?id=401479
Hi, the autoredirect to the developer home page should happen only once, based on a check for user preference firstname.lastname@example.org, which is set to the latest version after upgrading. If this doesn't work for you as advertised, please file a bug on http://forward.mozdev.org/drupal/content/bugs and I'm happy to help you solve the problem.
Also the update check and splash screen are removed in version 0.13... Onno
The new TB3 *finally* fixed the ability to toggle the format of the forwarded message (plain text or HTML) by holding the SHIFT key down.
I usually like to forward as an attachment, but sometimes I want to forward inline, so I have the default set to 'As attachment'. I also prefer plain text for most emails, so I have my compose format default set to plain text.
With Forward installed, if I hold the SHIFT key down and click the down arrow then 'Inline', it does come up Inline, but does NOT change the format to HTML.
If this can get fixed I'll give 5 stars AND a donation... :)
This review is for a previous version of the add-on (0.7).
I've had many complaints that my forwarded emails get to their respective addressees as "attachments". what a pain in da ass that is! Whereas with this add-on you get to choose whether or not you want to forward the email as attachment or inline.
After installing it and using it since it came out I absolutely LOVE IT and HIGHLY RECOMMEND IT!
Now, if only I could find an add-on that will allow me to add a new folder in the filtering section. It used to be on the very first versions of T-bird. So, if anyone knows where I can get an old version of Thunderbird to, at least, extract that code and submit it on here, I'd appreciate it. And I bet many others would as well.
This review is for a previous version of the add-on (0.3).