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#409 worksforme Sent message using Virtual Identity not saved virtual-id@…
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IMAP messages sent using Virtual Identity are not saved in the Sent folder of my IMAP account.

Regular messages sent without Virtual Identity are copied into Sent folder. Quota has been checked (mailbox not full).

I'm using Thunderbird 17.05 on Windows 7 Pro x64 with VI plugin 0.9.11?

#408 worksforme Just wanted to say Thank you!!! anonymous
Description

Hi,

just wanted to tell you that I was searching for months to get such a functionality in thunderbird.

I'm using a mailserver and have an email address for every company I handle with. For example aol@... whitehouse@... hardwareshop@... I have about 200 email addresses.

When filling out contact formulars I enter the specific email address (hardwareshop@...)

  1. Absolutely no spam because I just delete the specific email address
  2. Interessting to know that even big companies sell your email address after 6 months after the last communication

Problem in Thunderbird is that you can't change the FROM field (well, except Extras -> Default Account settings...) so I always have to log in to my webmailer which allows exactly this feature (but of course it's a webmailer, no history etc...)

So thank god I found this Add-On, it's wonderful, thank you thank you thank you it saves me loads of work now !!! :) Too bad it's not listed in the Thunderbird Add-Ons (anymore), it deserved a place in the Top10 for me!

Best regards & keep up the good work! oli

#407 worksforme Use "for" information from "Received" header anonymous
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Virtual Identity should make use of the "for" information from the (probably) last / upper most Received header line.

In my case these look as follows:

Received: from localhost (amavis [10.122.X.Y])
	by mail.example.com (Postfix) with ESMTP id E42F9XXXXX
	for <foo@example.com>; Sun, 24 Mar 2013 15:53:34 +0100 (CET)

The "foo@…" is the address that has been used for delivery (although it might have been used in BCC), and should therefore be used by VI when replying (instead of the possibly unrelated address in the "To" field).

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