I have a couple of small questions about tweaking the reply/reply all on Thunderbird 17.02 (my apologies if these are addressed in another post but I could not find it). The folks at mozillazine forum have not been able to solve this, but there are skilled TB users here who might.
This question on Ask Ubuntu comes close to several of my questions:
If anyone has suggestions on any of these points (or if there are add-ons to deal with them), I would greatly appreciate hearing!
(A) Always use the same identity when responding
I have mail from a couple of accounts forward to the one I check. As such I have created multiple identities. The mail server which I use will only allow me to use my email on its domain, so it is important that is used as the
From: in all emails. The default seems to be that Thunderbird finds which identity is used in the original email and use that as the identity. I know I can select the correct one by hitting the pull down at the top next to the
From: but I would like to always have it use the default identity so I do not have to deal with this. Is there a way to do this?
Note: I have thought about just having the one identity, but then when I
Reply All it gets sent to my other email accounts which I do not want it to do.
(B) Suggest an add-on to format response header in particular way
I would like me response header to largely emulate the default Forward header. My goal is something like:
From: FromName1 Sent: Date-With-Timestamp To: ToName1 ,..., ToNameN Cc: CcName1 ,..., CcNameN Subject: Subject
I have been using SmartTemplate 4 which comes very close to doing this, but it is unable to interweave the names and emails (instead if there are multiple To/From individuals, all names and then all emails are listed; the author confirms it is not possible to interweave the names and emails). Is there another add-on which will do this?
Note that in the Ask Ubuntu Question I linked to at the top there was a nice suggestion to have email addresses listed as html links which would be great, but the SmartTemplate code there does not work well with multiple addresses (all the emails are combined in one link: yuck!)