I'd like to see dataloss and corruption bugs addressed at a high priority.
How about a new theme to match that of Firefox 2.0
Having a nice UI for scoring messages and conversations would be nice.
For instance, I'd like to be able to say "messages in this folder that match these filtering rules give a +5 bonus to the conversation they are in". Or "conversations I've participated in get a +10 bonus", etc.
Add ability to read from Mac OS X system Address Book
I would love to see this feature! It's THE reason why many Mac user don't move to TB. As I can see in the last nightly build, it's not include in the TB 2.0 feature...
--Acapulco78 19:17, 10 September 2006 (PDT)
More discussions at Project Planning website
There are two specific enhancements I'd love to see included when Thunderbird 2.0 is launched.
Like many others, the one reason I'm unable to use Thunderbird as my primary email application is because it doesn't interact with the Mac address book. Please make this a top priority in the new edition.
Secondly, it'd be great if it were possible to lock/password-protect email folders in Thunderbird. My email is set up as IMAP, and I'd like to be able to leave Thunderbird open if I step away from my desk, but keep specific folders private.
Thanks! Looking forward to 2.0!
Add scrollbar to attachments panel, move to header bar
Just moved from Netscape 7.2 to Thunderbird 1.5. The only thing I really dislike is how attachments eat into your message text window from the bottom, instead of using a nice little scrollable window in the address/header bar as in Netscape.
Looking at a recent email with multiple attachments, my message text window completely disappeared. I had to resize the upper message list window to even see a few lines of the message text. Wouldn't it be easy enough to just reuse the Netscape code?