Thunderbird – sjablonen, templates, herhalende tekst invoegen

Thunderbird werkt uitstekend en voldoet prima.
Soms moet je echter wat verder zoeken dan je neus lang is als je zaken wilt automatiseren.

Hieronder dan ook wat mogelijkheden om je eigen sjablonen en tekst fragmenten te maken, gewoon even Googelen doet trouwens wonderen😉.

Signatures

http://kb.mozillazine.org/Thunderbird_:_FAQs_:_Signatures#HTML_signatures

Quicktext

http://extensions.hesslow.se/extension/4/Quicktext/

Clippings

https://addons.mozilla.org/nl/thunderbird/addon/1347

http://clippings.mozdev.org/screenshots.html

Stationery

https://addons.mozilla.org/en-US/thunderbird/addon/4394
Also allow custom template in replies or forwarded mail!

SmartTemplate

https://addons.mozilla.org/en-US/thunderbird/addon/14662

This Add-on provides the smart and simple templates and abilities to customize the quote header flexibly.
(It is different from normal template function of Thunderbird.)

Features:
(1) Templates can be inserted automatically at the new/repling/forwarding message. You can setting templates as Add-on options.
(2) Possible to use HTML format.
(3) A different template can be used respectively at the new/repling/forwarding message.
(4) A different template can be used respectively per account. Moreover, can use common setting.
(5) A flexible customizing the quote header is possible by the description of “Reserved word ” to the templates. And, a standard quote header can be nullified.

And, those functions can be disabled by setting.

Options:
The setup options are in
* Tools – Add-ons – SmartTemplate – Options , or
* Tools – Account Settings – Composition&Addressing – Edit template and quote headers

Reserved words:
You can customize the quote header by using the following reserved words.
%ownname% – Own account name
%ownmail% – Own mail address
%Y% – Year (1970…)
%m% / %n% – Month (01..12 / 1..12)
%d% / %e% – Day of month (01..31 / 1..31)
%H% / %k% – Hour (00..23 / 0..23)
%M% – Minute (00..59)
%S% – Second (00..59)
%A% / %a% – Locale’s weekday name (Sunday..Saturday / Sun..Sat)
%B% / %b% – Locale’s month name (January..December / Jan..Dec)
%from% – Author
%from(name)% – Author name
%from(mail)% – Author mail address
%date% – Date string (same as mail header syntax)
%datelocal% – Date string (locale format)
%dateshort% – Date string (such as 2000/01/01 1:23:45)
%date_tz% – Time zone (e.g., +0100)
%to% – Recipients(to)
%to(name)% – Recipients name(to) (mail address, if name is not available.)
%to(mail)% – Recipients mail address(to)
%cc% – Recipients(cc)
%cc(name)% – Recipients name(cc) (mail address, if name is not available.)
%cc(mail)% – Recipients mail address(cc)
%subject% – Subject
%……..% – An any e-mail header(e.g., %Message-Id%, %Newsgroups%, %X-Mailer%, …)

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Developer Comments

Knowledge base:

  • This add-on do not change the default config settings. (e.g., mailnews.reply_header_xxx)
    Therefore, I promise return to completely original when you uninstalled this add-on.
  • Change font
    For example, write template message below and check the ‘Use HTML’.
    —————————————-
    <font face=”Arial Black”>Subject: </font>%subject%
    <font face=”Arial Black”>Sent: </font>%date%
    <font face=”Arial Black”>From: </font>%from%
    <font face=”Arial Black”>To: </font>%to%{
    <font face=”Arial Black”>Cc: </font>%cc%}
    —————————————-
  • Use table
    For example, write template message below and check the ‘Use HTML’.
    —————————————-
    <table><tbody>
    <tr><td>Subject:<td>%subject%
    <tr><td>Sent:<td>%date%
    <tr><td>From:<td>%from%
    <tr><td>To:<td>%to%{
    <tr><td>Cc:<td>%cc%}
    </tbody></table>
    —————————————-
  • Mail addresses with name (such as “ABC” <abc@example.com>) is replaced as shown below:
    • In the %to%, %cc%, %from% and %any%,
      ABC <abc@example.com>
    • In the %to(name)%, %cc(name)%, %from(name)% and %any(name)%,
      ABC
    • In the %to(mail)%, %cc(mail)%, %from(mail)% and %any(mail)%,
      abc@example.com
  • Mail addresses without name (such as <abc@example.com>) is replaced as shown below:
    • In the %to%, %cc%, %from% and %any%,
      abc@example.com
    • In the %to(name)%, %cc(name)%, %from(name)% and %any(name)%,
      abc
    • In the %to(mail)%, %cc(mail)%, %from(mail)% and %any(mail)%,
      abc@example.com
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