At a glance, the Subject Manager extension allows you to smoothly organize your e-mails by topics.
After installation a toolbar button will be automatically added next to the 'Attach' button into composer window. If the button is not displayed (or has been removed), it should be available when editing and customizing the toolbar.
A list of main commands and predefined subjects is available in a 'Subjects' button near the native 'Subject' field.
Picking a subject from the list puts it automatically into 'Subject' field. This list is also available in 'Subject Manager' toolbar button context menu.
'Subjects' button can be located at the right of native 'Subject' field or can replace native 'Subject' label.
'Subjects' button can also be enabled or disabled. Subject textbox allows autocompletion related to subjects list (TB v3 only). This autocompletion feature can be enabled or disabled.
Current subject of email can be added to subjects list via context menu of toolbar button.
Current subject can be cleaned from automatically-generated prefixes such as "Re:", "Fwd:", etc. via context menu of toolbar button. Prefixes to remove are defined in options dialog.
Options dialog allow to add, remove, reorganize or sort alphabetically subjects. The Subject Manager add-on provides a 'debug mode' which writes information into the embedded error console (see Tools > Error Console).
The Subject Manager add-on is cross-platform and it works on Mac OS X, Windows and Linux.
· Thunderbird 1.5 and later
What's New in This Release: [ read full changelog ]
· Bugfix: When installing or upgrading the addon on MacOS, no information popup dialog was displayed and the addon crashed if Gloom was not installed.
· Maximum compatibility setting has been enabled for Thunderbird v21.* to v22.0.