The standard email header in the mail client Thunderbird 3 spans across three rows. It displays information such as the the senderâ€™s email, the subject, email recipient and toolbar buttons to quickly reply, forward, delete or tag the email. The email header can be expanded to display all email header information which are important if the technical details of the email need to be analyzed further. There is on the other hand no option to compact the header in Thunderbird to save space.
Most Thunderbird users probably do not need some of the information and options provided by default. This includes for example the information to whom the email was send or the action buttons like deleting emails which are also available on a right-click in the email itself.
Thatâ€™s where the experimental add-on Compact Headers comes into play. The add-on is compatible with Thunderbird 3 only and can reduce the size of the email header to one row.
Thunderbird 3 Default Email Header:
Thunderbird 3 Compact Email Header:
The way the email header is displayed in compact form can be altered in the add-onâ€™s options. It is possible to increase the size to two rows which can also hold some of the buttons that are provided in the standard Thunderbird header. Buttons can be individually selected in the options.
Compact Header for Mozilla Thunderbird 3 is an experimental add-on that is not automatically updating itself. The add-on comes with a â€œcheck for updatesâ€ button in the options. It is available at the Mozilla Thunderbird add-on repository at Mozilla.org .
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