On 03/04/2014 02:31 PM, John & Mary Linge wrote:
On 3/4/14, 1:51 PM, Carl Paulsen wrote:
I still see no Smart Reply but in the email window itself there is
the Reply Lists button, which I will be trying to use. I see no
option for any toolbar, menu item or anything else resembling what
you are talking about (I also see no images in the bug post you link
to). Makes me wonder if we're even using the same software! Maybe
there's a difference between my Mac version and whatever you are using?
I am using Thunderbird on the Mac. If you right-click the message
header, you will see a customize button. Clicking it will give you a
number of items to add to the toolbar and will allow you to remove
items from the toolbar. Since I have Smart Reply present, the
corresponding button shows "Reply List" when I am viewing this list.
The "Reply List" button disappears when I am not viewing a mailing list.
I run Thunderbird on Ubuntu Linux. I have Mail Toolbar, Menu bar, and
Status bar, checked.
I do like how TB now will detect if the message is from a "list". It
was maybe a year ago that "Reply List" showed up, or the first time I
remember seeing it.
There are still people out there that forget and use Reply, which was
the way to reply to the list's emails before the new button showed up.
I have used TB on Windows, but I do not set my Windows systems to read
my email accounts that I use on my Ubuntu system. Do not want to
read/reply to emails outside of my default system, just in case I forget
The only trouble with TB right now is the fact that the Status bar no
longer tell me which accounts it is looking at for possible mail needing
to download. Yes, I have a few - 18 with my GMail included that are
read through TB. I have a few web-mail only accounts that I tend to
forget about, since I rarely ever use them.
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