2 weeks since installing it and I'm loving Thunderbird. I'm using version 2.0. The last remaining issue that I can't seem to find a fix for on the net is how it sends attachments. Actually it's how it doesn't send them. I get lots of emails with PDF's attached and quite a few images in them - HTML style. They are faxes from an online fax service. I need to forward the faxes.
In Outlook when you have an email open you just click forward and the attachments (faxes in this case) are automatically attached in the forward.
In Thunderbird it initially would attach the whole email so the recipient would get an email with an email attached. Then have to open the attached email and then open the pdf.
I changed the forwarding setting to 'Inline'. Now it forwards the body of the email but not the PDF attachment.
I want to be able to send one email with just the pdf attached. The only way I seem to be able to do this is first save the attachment and then re-attach it. Very laborious and because they all have similar names it gets confusing too.
Any ideas what I should do to just be able to click forward and have the thing forward the email as is.