Thunderbird Add-on for the week

Mozilla ThunderbirdThe Thunderbird Team is interested in knowing what your favorite add-on’s for Thunderbird are, and we will be restarting the “Thunderbird Add-on for the week” across all of our social media channels. If you have an add-on that you know of that you think deserves highlighting please leave a comment on my blog, ping me on IRC (bkerensa in #Thunderbird on Mozilla IRC) and I will be sure to check it out.

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  1. MoreFunctionsForAddressBook makes Thunderbird a worthy e-mail-client. I want my contact data integrated (names, addresses, telephone numbers, e-mail connected), and the best place is close to my e-mail. With MFAB, Tb is really good and stable as a general purpose address-book. (But, unfortunately, the still very immature calendar extension, Lightning, doesnot integrate with the addressbook, as long time ago the Mozilla Calendar integrated with the addressbook of Mozilla the suite.)

  2. Lightning, Engimail, but I would like to underline Nostalgy, which has been unfortunately broken in the latest Earlybirds. Sob :'(.

    • Yep, I just discovered Conversations, and I just love it. It truly alters the experience of using Thunderbird, it finally makes it a modern e-mail client. I really prefer desktop clients when compared to web-interfaces, and Conversations gives Thunderbird the bit of comfort and bling that one might like about web clients.