I downloaded stationery from thundercloud.net, but don't see how I can get it into thunderbird.
Can you give me general directions to put stationery into my Thunderbird e-mail?
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CHAMP0Have you installed the Stationery add-on in Thunderbird? https://addons.mozilla.org/en-US/thun...
It's a while since I tried this, but I seem to recall that what you will have is a program to run that installs the stationery onto your computer - most likely \Program Files\Common Files\Microsoft Shared\Stationery, or wherever Outlook and Outlook Express would expect to find them.
In TB then, Tools|Add-ons, locate and select the Stationery add-on, select Preferences, and tell it where to look for the stationery files, under Default Folder. Under Manage Templates, you can add your actual stationery.
When you start a new message, the Write button will now have a drop-down menu offering the stationeries you have selected.
CHAMP0We need to be clear.
You need the add-on for thunderbird
And you need some templates, such as those from cloudeight.
Now, which of these do you have, if either?
Which one said it is corrupt?
Have you installed add-ons in thunderbird before? Many newcomers come unstuck when Firefox intervenes and tries to install a Thunderbird add-on.
Thanks for the reply.
The one from cloudeight says it is corrupt.
I downloaded the add-on for Thunderbird...should I see it in a list somewhere? I don't see it.
Then I went to the "gear" and chose install add-on from a file.
When I choose it, the file from cloudeight says it is corrupt. :(
THANKS again so much for the replies.