nice jobs<br><br>in a later stage this feature will be very usefull too<br>to personnalize some mails from external data<br><br>http://mailtweak.mozdev.org/tweaks.html#personal<br><br><p>Sends each recipient an individual message, using data from your address book or a CSV file.</p>
<p>To use this feature, write a message by choosing: Message – Personalize...
You can address it to a list, or to individuals in your address book. Alternatively,
select cards in your address book, then get a context menu
(for example, by right-clicking a card) and choose: Personalize </p>
<p>To use addresses from a CSV file, do not specify any addresses in the message.</p>
To send the message, press the Personalize button or choose: File – Personalize
If the message has no recipients, then MailTweak prompts you to choose a CSV file that
specifies the recipients.
MailTweak creates an individual copy of the message for each recipient,
regardless of whether the recipient was originally specified using To:,
Cc: or Bcc:.
The messages are placed in your Unsent folder, so if you wish you can
review them before sending them.
To include data from your address book or CSV file, specify fields in your message.
For example, if you specify <code>%%firstName%%</code> then the actual message sent will have
the recipient's first name in that position in the message.
</p>*** you can use csv column as special fields<br><br>In each record of a CSV file, the first field that contains an <tt>@</tt> sign is taken
to be the e-mail address. Alternatively, set the preference
<tt>extension.mailtweak.personal.csv.to</tt> to the name of the field that contains
the e-mail address, changing spaces in the name to underscores.