Rated 5 out of 5 stars
This is the only extension, that allows your to work with templates separetely with each account. It's very convenient!
Please, add the ability to use Plain Text format of templates into HTML mail's.
Thanks a lot!
Yes, including plain text string to both plain and HTML messages is something this addon will be capable of doing once the next version is released.
Rated 3 out of 5 stars
There is a BUG that avoids the TO field to be formatted according to the rules (it only displays the NAME, NOT the email address). This does not happen with CC (it honors the rules)
I wanted a replacement for another ADD-ON that is not compatible with TB 115, and this "almost" does it!
Another issue is the FONT SIZE that cannot be defined without using the only font available in the configuration.
You should check out this one: https://addons.thunderbird.net/en-US/thunderbird/addon/enhancedreplyheaders/
It allows almost everything a user should want (BUT... it has a problem... if formats the header inside a TABLE!!! I just HATE it!!!)
The next version will have the TO field fixed.
Regarding the font, as I already answered on the other review I want to keep what the addon does have now to preserve consistency. However after reviewing the quote header of messages from Ms Outlook (desktop version), I notice that apparently there are two styles: one is Tahoma 10pt and Calibri 11pt. So I will consider to add one additional option to accommodate this style. When the user selects Calibri its size will be automatically set to 11pt.
Rated 4 out of 5 stars
It is a good extension, but it try to force use Tahoma font in quote header, if it is not desired it's necessary to manually change the font each time to send an e-mail.
It also force to use a line bar in quote header, I couldn't find a way to remove the line. In my case this line bar split my e-mail from my signature that is automatically placed by mail server before quote header.
If wasn't for it, it could be a good replacement for 'ReplyWithHeader' that still does not support Thunderbird 115.1.1
Edit: About line bar, thanks, it worked fine.
About the font, actually at least in Outlook Web, as well as in e-mails I receive, it is Calibri.
Tahoma displays as monospaced to me, I know I can just install Windows fonts, but I'm not confident wether all my contacts have this font. It should be Calibri that is currently used by Outlook, or let me to choose.
I think the reason one uses a quote header in Outlook style is to make it look consistent when exchanging messages with those who are using Ms Outlook. From my experience, message replies I received from those users always use Tahoma. So this is intentional and I do not plan to change it.
To remove the message boundary line, you only need this recipe: from the quote header options dialog set the delimiter to "||html". Be advised, the double quotes are not part of the recipe.
Rated 5 out of 5 stars
Compatibily for Thunderbird Beta, please.This review is for a previous version of the add-on (2.1). This user has a previous review of this add-on.