• thunderbird in notifications


    Hi,

    how can I add thunderbird in gnome 3.16 notifications?

  • @bronski said:

    how can I add thunderbird in gnome 3.16 notifications?

    I don`t think there is such an extention for Gnome. Thunderbird uses its own notification area.
    Maybe Evolution, the Gnome default e-mail client has this function?

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  • @bronski said:

    Hi,

    how can I add thunderbird in gnome 3.16 notifications?

    Found following extension to Thunderbird, given it a try?
    https://addons.mozilla.org/thunderbird/addon/gnome-integration/

  • @jkw said:

    Found following extension to Thunderbird, given it a try?

    It`s a Firefox extention. But still, it does not provide integration of Thunderbird in the Gnome Notification Area…:smile:

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  • @anarch said:

    @jkw said:

    Found following extension to Thunderbird, given it a try?

    It`s a Firefox extention. But still, it does not provide integration of Thunderbird in the Gnome Notification Area…:smile:

    No, it is a Thunderbird extension.

  • @jkw said:

    Found following extension to Thunderbird, given it a try?
    … it is a Thunderbird extension.
    Yes, you ARE right. I just installed it and it works like charm within the Gnome notification area (nice warning sound, too).
    I followed a different way, though. As a default notifier, Thunderbird comes with “GNotifier”. So, in order to avoid possible conflicts, I entered Thunderbird menu > addons > disabled “GNotifier” > searched/found/installed/enabled “Gnome Integration 0.4.4” instead…
    Thanks!:thumbsup:

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  • I suggest geary it is the best i think also it can be start when startup and check for new mail

  • Thanks for the infos. Geary will fit my needs.

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