Estuve documentando algunos procedimientos y se me ocurrió que esto podía serle útil a alguien más:
$ cat ~/.thunderbird/*.default-release/ImapMail/imap.mailserver.example/msgFilterRules.dat
name="Filtro para borrar avisos de alarma del Alertmanager de Prometheus no-destacados de más de 32 días"
action="Move to folder"
condition="AND (subject,contains,FIRING) AND (body,contains,Sent by Alertmanager) AND (age in days,is greater than,32) AND (status,isn't,flagged)"
Over the past decade I've come to fear big overhauls and redesigns of software because they've started to always make the software less functional and worse to use (but "prettier"/more minimalist). So naturally I was prepared to cry when I updated #Thunderbird. But the peeps at @thunderbird really did a good job! Because I can still have it look and function like before! This is how it's done. Everyone else - take notes!
Join Heather, Chris, and Jason for some useful tips and tricks to make your daily remote work more enjoyable and productive.
Plus: An inside look at the upcoming Thunderbird Send service, and some geeky Raspberry Pi solutions for weather and BBQ.
Como entrar a #usenet con #thunderbird gracias @unthoiz por crear la entrada en el wiki de #hispagatos https://man.sr.ht/~rek2/Hispagatos-wiki/usenet-thunderbird.md
Mozilla Thunderbird Version 115.3 freigegeben
Gestern war der kleine, rote Panda dran, also folgt nach den Regeln von Mozilla heute der Donnervogel: Daher haben Entwickler des Mozilla Thunderbird das Update auf die Version 115.3 freigegeben und damit auch wieder Sicherheitslücken behoben. https://kantel.github.io/posts/2023092702_thunderbird_update/ #Mozilla #Thunderbird #Update #Security
New Version: Mozilla #Thunderbird 115.3.0 (stable;x86) https://download.mozilla.org/?product=thunderbird-115.3.0-SSL&os=win&lang=en-US
@yakumo_izuru I guess in some way yeah. :sagume_think: #Netscape had the balls when they open-sourced their shit in face of certain market share destruction. Meanwhile when in 2017 #Mozilla (which is a shell of its former self at this point) has finally announced they're killing #XUL and other "legacy tech", comm-central (which is #Thunderbird and #SeaMonkey) did pretty much nothing radical to preserve this uniquely powerful technology from all the way back to Netscape. They were too afraid of losing the Mozilla infra. https://forum.palemoon.org/viewtopic.php?f=5&t=14712&p=105719#p105714
Yesterday I wrote that my computers at work are #Linux
Thereby I use #KDE - because it is completely customizable according to my needs. Of course mail is the main tool and the new #Thunderbird 115.2.3 is used.
I use 4 columns in Thunderbird. On the left are all mail folders with subfolders, next to it is the list of mails. The email content in the 3rd column and on the far right are the appointments as a list.
Writing in #japanese #english and #german is no problem thanks to #Fcitx5
My #Android devices are offline most of the time (because it saves battery, avoids distractions, or because of lack of connectivity).
One of my annoyances with #K9mail (a.k.a. #Thunderbird mobile) is that it sets all new #email notifications to the time when it emits them, so it's all marked as "Now" when the device comes back online, instead of the mail's timestamp.
I was surprised to not find an existing bug report about it, so I filed this: https://github.com/thundernest/k-9/issues/7200
Kann ich in #Thunderbird 115 das CSD deaktivieren? Ich hasse diese Fensterleiste einfach nur…
Pra quem ta com as fontes todas horríveis no #firefox no #debian stable instalado via #flatpak, nesse comentário tem a solução. Resolve também o problema no pdf. A mesma solução serve pro #thunderbird trocando a pasta pra "org.mozilla.Thunderbird"
At long last Thunderbird has upgraded to the long-awaited 115 version. I would like to make a proper reflection / feedback post on it. But for now, a desperate question: how do I change back the keyboard shortcuts?
The new TB broke the shortcuts I have been using since years and now it feels like walking on a limp (specifically: CTRL+PgDn to move to next tab, now rolls down the emails list)
Any tips on how to do this? (preferably without using an addon, OS: Ubuntu)
@thunderbird This is a useful tip, but dear $DIETY that is icon is a poor UX choice.
You're using an icon that has never been seen elsewhere (cloud with arrow pointing away from it) for an action (refreshing what's displayed) that already has another clear and near universally recognized icon (ie the circular arrow, or reload/refresh as in Firefox).
For examples of what I mean see the various email clients in the image below.
#Thunderbird: Neues Mockup zeigt kommende Darstellung der Kartenansicht https://www.soeren-hentzschel.at/thunderbird/thunderbird-neues-mockup-zeigt-kommende-darstellung-der-kartenansicht/
Copying messages using drag'n'drop does not work reliably. #sigh
#Thunderbird115 completely breaks two of the Addons I use. i had to roll back.
#cardbook shows its icon, but the view/tab does not appear. Also the whole configuration is gone. No access to my addresses any more.
#ManuallySortFolders did not work either, which I could live with at a pinch. Some github issue contains an update, which made all accounts disappear except of the first one.
I really tried to replace Apple Mail with #Thunderbird. But not being able to type thin non-breaking spaces is a no-go. Apple has lost much during the last years, but kept its lead on typography.
I believe it is a about impossible to unsubscribe to the #thunderbird mailing list. I’ve tried a million times(slight exaggeration) and they don’t stop coming. The system they use unsubscribe method blows.
Is there a way to disable Chat and Calendar functions in #Thunderbird?
Oh, c'est beau :blobaww:
>Aidez à garder #Thunderbird en vie
À l'ouverture de mon Firefox ⤵️
Da un po’ di tempo a lavoro ho convinto il mio capo ad usare #thunderbird ed è strano come questo funzioni così bene mentre non riusciamo in nessun modo a trovarci bene con #firefox. È ancora troppo carente rispetto alla concorrenza, sarà perché mosso da #chromium ma il nuovo #edge sembra funzionare decisamente meglio pur essendo anche lui “memorivo” come suo cugino #chrome
We're not done with Thunderbird Supernova!
As promised, we will continue to improve the UI and functionality of message threads and Cards view.
We outline the upcoming changes in our Thunderbird UX mailing list here: https://thunderbird.topicbox.com/groups/ux/Tdb49a4666565e68e-M4aba7d876e0ced9c8d66ca58
A mockup with developer comments is also available from the link.
💡 If you have valuable feedback to offer about this, please reply to the mailing list so our developers & community see it!
#Thunderbird 115.2.3 veröffentlicht https://www.soeren-hentzschel.at/thunderbird/thunderbird-115-2-3/
Looking for email client suggestions.
Since I began using #Linux 3 years ago I’ve been using #gnome’s email client, #geary, for my gmail account. Lately it’s using lots of cpu, even when gui isn’t open, heating my laptop. Also there have been other occasional hiccups and wonky stuff.
Any suggestions for a desktop email client for #PopOs (using their DE)?
Being a Firefox user my inclination is toward Mozilla’s #Thunderbird. Other suggestions?
Is #Thunderbird opening tabs in the background on their donation page when I click on links in mails?
Does Thunderbird really think it will stay on my computer with such behaviour?
Is @EvolutionGnome not capable of opening an email file? 🤨 If I forward a mail and double click the attached mail file, it tries to open #Thunderbird (wtf) and if I explicitly tell it via the context menu to use itself for this (need to go through several menus and search Evolution by hand!), it opens a weird import dialog. I don't want to import the attached mail, I want to see it. Is that not possible with Evolution? 🤔
August was a relatively calm month for the team, with many taking well-deserved summer vacations and attending our first Mozilla All-Hands event.
Despite the quieter pace, we managed to hit a significant milestone on our journey to Thunderbird for Android: the beta release of our new account setup interface.
A neighbor told me how much they dislike their computer. Asked them all sorts of questions on exactly what they use their computer for. Realized their needs were so basic that all they needed was a working web browser.
Backed up all the photos and documents.
Formated their computer and installed Debian with a Lxqt desktop. Added the deb-multimedia.org repo for their non-frer media codecs. Then installed both Mozilla Firefox and Mozilla Thunderbird
Viewing webp images is enough to exploit unpatched software
For Firefox you might set "image.webp.enabled" to false in about:config for a while, there's probably something similar for Chrome
Update all devices: computers, phones, tablets, etc
Well, I'm disappointed that #Thunderbird email (open source, Mozilla) has nearly everything in the app wired for telemetry. When you create an account, when you start a session, when you read an email. You can disable it without an ad-blocker, but you have to know they're logging all that data first. Not obvious when you install. #pihole
#Firefox Send kommt zurück – als Teil von #Thunderbird https://www.soeren-hentzschel.at/thunderbird/firefox-send-kommt-zurueck-als-teil-von-thunderbird/
For #Thunderbird: Who's interested in convenient generation of Certificate Signing Requests (CSR), including key pair generation, for requesting an S/MIME email certificate? I have an experimental patch, and could provide an experimental test build. I didn't submit the resulting CSR to a real CA yet, I don't want to spend money for these tests. Does someone of you maybe have a subscription with a CA and is interested to test the CSR that are generated by the experimental patch?
Was scheinbar viele nicht wissen (und das wundert mich):
Aber das Passwort gut merken!
The #WebP buffer overflow bug that caused all the major browsers to issue patches earlier this week (e.g. #Firefox 117.0.1) also affects applications built with Electron. #1Password issued an update today for their Mac build.
The CVE affects the underlying webp library, not just web browsers, so this will be an ongoing issue.
"Who uses #libwebp?
"There are a lot of applications that use libwebp to render WebP images, I already mentioned a few of them, but some of the others that I know include: #Affinity (the design software), #Gimp, #Inkscape, #LibreOffice, #Telegram, #Thunderbird (now patched), #ffmpeg, and many, many #Android applications as well as cross-platform apps built with #Flutter."
Mozilla released software patches today to fix a zero-day vulnerability in Firefox and Thunderbird being exploited in the wild. The vulnerability is tracked as CVE-2023-4863, and exists in the WebP image processing library. Exploiting the vulnerability can lead to arbitrary code execution. Users are advised to apply the patches ASAP.
The Thunderbird team is back from Mozilla’s All-Hands event, and we’re overwhelmed in the most positive way.
Ryan, Jason, and Alex talk about how Mozilla is building AI tools for the good of humanity, and how our own perception of AI has changed. Plus, the problem with the “hey Mozilla, just build a browser” argument.
Listen to Episode 4 here:
"🚀 Firefox & Thunderbird Patch Critical Zero-Day! 🚀"
Mozilla releases updates for Firefox and Thunderbird to fix a critical zero-day vulnerability in the WebP image format. Update now to safeguard your systems! 🌐🔒
Source: The Hacker News
@thunderbird A hard-earned lesson about #Thunderbird 115:
before upgrading to it, disable or perhaps even completely uninstall the Cardbook Add-on, if you had it installed in your previous version. It will conflict with the new DAV powers which Tbird 115 has built into it's Addressbook.
It (Cardbook's continued interference) caused serious account/password problems for me, for an entire Nextcloud account I had been using as a #CardDAV Addressbook source. Conflicting overlapping logins, it seems.
Whoa super annoying @thunderbird 115 freezes after a couple of seconds (even in --safe-mode), terminal output is not helpful (sometimes comes past 'Cannot load required OTR library' and shows some calendar VCARD output, but that's it). There's no --debug or --verbose flag (wtf) and the databse has already been migrated, so can't use old Thunderbird 102... 🤦
Can't work like this... 🙄
Once upon a time, there was an email client named #Thunderbird. The makers of this not-great-but-necessary tool had, at some point, added single-key shortcuts to its message list, like K to ignore an entire thread. This didn't match the mnemonic for the same function in the relevant context menu, which was I, but that was okay for consistency in user interfaces was widely believed to be overrated. It was, however, acknowledged that this key was quite easy to press by accident, and hence a useful "Undo" button was added to the resulting alert, allowing the unintentional ignoring of an email thread to be quickly reversed.
One day, a gaggle of bandits rode into the town of Mozilla, proudly baring the banner of The Modern Design League. Over the course of the next few months, they poured scorn on convenience, terrorised the peddlers of good sense, and derided the small, voluntary efforts of the weekly #Accessibility Club, all in the name of better code structure and 21st century relevance.
When these fiends learned of the presence of the button to undo the ignoring of a thread, they were furious. They began a swift, vehement campaign to rework this functionality, maximising the spacing available to the alert text...
... and that, kids, is why you now have to open the "View" menu, drill down into "Threads", check the "Ignored Threads" option, manually locate a response to the thread you ignored by mistake, un-ignore it, and then repeat the first steps of this process to hide ignored threads again.
to get these to work, it looks like I'm going to have to blow away my settings, recreate all my accounts and hope the addons actually work with this version.
Not a great experience. #thunderbird
Hello Thunderbird community!
🗓️ Mark your calendars, because we’re bringing back monthly Office Hours, now with a Saturday option to make attendance more convenient.
Please read the details on our blog to learn how and when you can meet with us to share your feedback and ask questions.
Please give a very warm welcome to our newest team member, Heather Ellsworth!(@linuxflower)
She's an experienced software engineer, passionate about open source, & even LOVES writing documentation! She'll be joining our Marketing & Comms team as Senior Developer Relations Engineer.
Heather will spearhead our efforts to build a larger, more engaged contributor community, & will help build the tools and systems to support them.
Exciting times ahead!
OK! We've enabled manual updates from Thunderbird 102 to Thunderbird 115.
macOS and Windows users:
Click the App Menu (≡) > Help > About Thunderbird. You should see a prompt to update to version 115.
NOTE #1: If you're not currently using the final Thunderbird 102 release, you'll first get updated to Thunderbird 102.15.0.
NOTE #2: As always, Linux distros dictate their own update schedule, so your mileage may vary.
Hey @thunderbird and #Thunderbird users, did anybody find a solution to show the email address of the sender instead of only the name in a column in inbox overview? Before TB 115 I used the addon "full address column" but this does not work anymore.
Is it really rocket science to get a column and sort all emails by senders email address?
Randomly decided to stream some #Thunderbird coding on a Sunday evening
扱ってるデータフォーマットがオープンであれば何かしら代替手段はあるという点では、心理的な安心感はある（とはいえ Vivaldi の Google 連携はもうちょっと安定してほしい気持ちはある
Flap, flap! Thunderbird 115.2 is out with a flurry of fixes https://www.omglinux.com/thunderbird-115-2-brings-fixes/ #opensource #thunderbird