Very good module working great with TB 60.3.2. I've got a problem with the install.rdf : in this file, the maxVersion is "56.*" or the module is said compatible with TB "61.*" on "thunderbird.net" : if you have the option "extensions.strictCompatibility" with the value true, you can't install and use it. could you please update the "maxVersion" in this file ?
I had a problem with a multiple master password prompts with multiple accounts. I have 3 accounts and was asked 3 times for a major password. I hoped this addon will fix the problem but after installling it I'm asked 4 times instead of 3 times before.
@ Sisim: It is TB 60 compatible! You just need to rename startupmaster-1.6.5-fx+tb.xpi file to startupmaster-1.6.5-fx+tb.zip. Then you need to open it with a zip manager (I use 7zip). It will be composed of different files and subdir. Identify install.rdf file (in the root dir). Open it with an editor like notepad because the extension .rdf is really a .txt extension. Identify the Thunderbird section of the file and change this line: <em:maxVersion>56.*</em:maxVersion> to: <em:maxVersion>61.*</em:maxVersion> Save the file and repackage StartupMaster with a zip manager, You should get a startupMaste.zip file. Change again its extension from .zip to .xpi and now install it. This way it works also with TB 60! Topoldo
Great add-on. Thank you very much for writing it,. It's a pity that the firefox API has changed and it no longer working but I know that this is largely outside of your control. More importantly, I very much appreciate the effort that you put into writing and maintaining this! (and I'm amazed that mozilla still has not fixed the bug that makes this add-on necessary!) Thanks again!
Dieses Tool ist für mich seit Jahren hilfreich. Es hindert Leute daran, die zufällig an meinen Rechner kommen, meine Mails auf- und abzurufen. Ja, jeder Fachmann kann es mit ein paar Klicks umschiffen. Doch die Zeit hat jener nicht, der zufällig an meinen Arbeitsplatz kommt. Das ganze System von Thunderbird ist mit einem Texteditor kompatibel. Das passt auch so. Wer mehr Sicherheit braucht, muss seine Mails eben verschlüsseln. Zusammenfassung: Das Tool tut, was es verspricht und dafür die Bestnote.