Mozilla Seamonkey newsreader questions

Discussion in 'Firefox' started by Stegozor, Jun 11, 2005.

  1. Stegozor

    Stegozor Guest


    Is it possible to modify the first line, the one saying "XXX wrote" when
    you reply to a message? For example, I'd like to change it to something
    like "XXX wrote in message which ID is [email protected]".

    Also, how can I modify the headers, adding new lines (for self-moderated
    groups, control messages etc.) ?

    If someone has a link to a page with "advanced" tips and tricks for
    Mozilla Seamonkey (and, why not, for Thunderbird as well), I'd be glad
    to hear about it.

    I couldn't find answers to my questions on

    Thanks in advance.
    Stegozor, Jun 11, 2005
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  2. There's an extension called "TB Reset Quote Header" that'll let you do
    that in Thunderbird, but it's probably not compatible with SeaMonkey.
    I believe I saw a Thunderbird extension on that does
    that, but again, it probably doesn't work in the suite.
    Damian Dollahite, Jun 11, 2005
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  3. Stegozor

    Travis Evans Guest

    There are some hidden preferences that I believe work both on Seamonkey
    and Thunderbird. They begin with "mailnews.reply_header". They may be
    editable with about:config, or you may have to add them to user_pref.js
    yourself (I don't remember). I found a list here:
    Travis Evans, Jun 12, 2005
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