This is a discussion on Re: Associate a contact with an identity? - Mozilla ; On Jun 8, 3:54*pm, Jeffrey Kaplan wrote: > Previously on mozilla.support.thunderbird, Nir said: > > > On 06/08/2009 09:23 AM, Jeffrey Kaplan wrote: > > > Unfortunately, it's NEW outbound messages that I'm trying to deal with > > > ...
On Jun 8, 3:54*pm, Jeffrey Kaplan
> Previously on mozilla.support.thunderbird, Nir said:
> > On 06/08/2009 09:23 AM, Jeffrey Kaplan wrote:
> > > Unfortunately, it's NEW outbound messages that I'm trying to deal with
> > > here.
> > In that case this extension, as per it's description, should be suitable
> > to your need.
> > "Identity Reminder 1.0" :
> > "https://addons.mozilla.org/en-US/thunderbird/addon/2121"
> > Although the actual extension is designed to be compatible with Tb 1.5
> > but at the bottom of that page you will find a link to a modified
> > version of that extension, compatible with your Tb.
> Thank you. *I just installed the version for TBird 2.x and restarted
> TBird. *Starting a new message does not result in the described dialog
> showing, it goes straight into the composition window.
> > Another extension that may be useful
> > "https://addons.mozilla.org/en-US/thunderbird/addon/2125"
> Also, I appreciate the effort, but from the descriptions neither of
> these actually do what I need. *Maybe a comparison is needed... are you
> familiar at all with Forte Agent?
> Agent's Persona settings can be assigned not only to folders, but to
> contacts. *This means that the user can assign PER CONTACT a predefined
> set of identity settings for themselves, including their From/Reply-To
> address. *This is what I'm looking for here.
> (But Agent does not support IMAP, which is important to me.)
> Jeffrey Kaplan * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * *www.gordol.org
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EXACTLY what I am trying to do! Seems like this could be useful to
many; I have searched for several months and not been able to come up
with a solution.