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Here is a short video tutorial showing the quickest way to get and install QuickFolders.
To download the latest released version of QuickFolders, head on over to Thunderbird Add-Ons: Quickfolders
Download current Version of Quickfolders
Please note that the review process is done by volunteers at Mozilla,
so it can take weeks until the latest version is actually visible on the the
main Mozilla Addons page.
On the Mozilla Addons Page, you can always scroll down and look for the View all versions link to find the latest version :)
The QuickFolders source code can be accessed through one of the following ways:
- View the source at GitHub
- Use Git or checkout with SVN using the web URL
- Get a local copy of the source by performing the following:
svn co https://github.com/RealRaven2000/RealRaven2000/
If you build your own version, make sure to create a zip archive of all files and folders including install.rdf. Rename the file with the extension xpi (instead of zip). Pull the extension into your Application's addon Manager. To avoid confusion, it is a good idea to change the following entry in install.rdf every time you build a new version:
I typically increase the prerelease number (after pre) every time I build, in this way I know which other changes are already included.
Subversion client and Help Documentation links:
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