Independent Status Reports (March 28, 2004)
Sunday March 28th, 2004By Brian King
A lot more people are being turned on to Mozilla's Mail capabilities. Its spam filtering is one of the best systems out there, and support for multiple profiles is another top notch feature. Personally I use Mozilla Mail but will likely move to Thunderbird sometime around 0.6/0.7. This week in the status reports sees a nice extension, Email Vault for Mozilla (EVM), which enables mail storage in a database.
Feed Parser — v0.5.1
CookieCuller — v1.0
(The CookieCuller project page is now online)
CookieCuller is modified version of the Cookie Manager built into Firefox browser. It allows you to easily protect cookies you want to save and quickly delete the rest. CookieCuller has been created as a chrome extension for easy installation and use.
(A set of online tools that can be started with a single click)
One Click is a sidebar tab containing many different applications in one easy to use interface. It also has news and tips for the Mozilla/FireFox user.
The current included features are:
Email Vault for Mozilla (EVM) — v1.4
(Copying mails to a DB, into several categories instead of folders, plus a nice user interface)
With EVM, you can store your mails in a database in one or more categories (but storing it physically once only). You can build categories by your own and rename them. And you may search for, and find, mails by attributes.
Please visit the EVM Main Page and its subpages, try and test EVM, and we surely look forward to your comments and your feedback!
We would be glad to get some feedback from people who tested EVM! :-)
Mozwho — v0.4
(Making the connections)
Mozwho provides a portal style view of your bookmarks, allowing you to also cross link to other entries from the same domain in your history. Mozwho also renders bookmark searches to HTML and offers a URL for bookmark search accessible via a search plugin or keyword bookmark.
Notable Highlights in v0.4
Dev Notes: Attempts to make use of the URL update monitoring system through RDF have not yet succeeded, but the usability of the Bookmark HTML portal has increased dramatically. I may resort to loading bookmarks.html to highlight monitored bookmarks.
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