Achim's Mozilla Extensions
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 Signature Switch 
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 NestedQuote Remover 
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 NewMail Execute 
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 Save Link in Folder 
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 Save Image in Folder 
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Linux Mint

Firefox 57 …

I'm aware that Save Image in Folder and Save Link in Folder are no longer compatible with the latest Firefox releases.
These extensions are based on Mozilla's XUL- and XPCOM-APIs, which are now obsolete and no longer supported.

Bringing the extensions back to life would require a complete rewrite using WebExtensions.
Unfortunately at the moment I can't give you any details on when (or even if) I will be able to accomplish this task.
I will look into it if time permits.

Thanks for your patience!


Thunderbird 61 …

Please check the "Pre-Release" section for compatible beta-versions of Signature Switch and NestedQuote Remover.

NewMail Execute   NewMail Execute

This extension observes your mail-folders and and runs an executable of your choice whenever new messages arrive.

Thunderbird's built-in-functionality only lets you play a WAV-sound and/or display an alert.
Using this extension you now can invoke any external program or script which can perform any action you like.

These actions could be:
  • show a special notification-window (useful for Linux-users like me ;-])
  • control an LCD
  • play sound-files of any format
  • etc.
"NewMail Execute" also passes the folder's name (which triggered the execution) to the external program as an argument.

The screenshots show you how the extension can be customized and explain what exactly I use the extension for.
The download-link can be found here.

Known issues:

This extension is in early beta-stage!
Although it fulfils all my personal needs, it may not do the job for you!
There still has to be done a lot of testing (IMAP-folders, heavy (down)loads, etc.).
It's very unlikely that the extension could cause any harm... but I just wanted to "warn" you. ;-)
Of course... any suggestions, bug-reports and comments are welcome.