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Automate sending attachment in Thunderbird
Authored by: harges on Nov 16, '10 10:05:04AM
Can't you just drag files onto its icon in the dock? Postbox (which is like Thunderbird on steroids) works that way. Drag files onto its icon and it'll throw up a new message window with those files in place as attachments. You can also use "Open With…" in the Finder's contextual menu and Postbox will open a new message with the selected files as and attachment.

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Automate sending attachment in Thunderbird
Authored by: lsloan on Nov 17, '10 06:32:45AM

Thunderbird doesn't let me drop any file icons onto it, at least not any of the ones I want to send, like JPG, PDF, or CSV.

Thanks for the Postbox suggestion. I see that PB is free, but with limited features; the full version costs money. I like TB because it's free and it has extensions to let me add extensions to get features that I want. I'll check out PB, though.

Lance E Sloan

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