And then another?
And then three more, all to the same folder?
If you're no friend of dragging and dropping, this has probably caused you some digging deep into Mozilla Thunderbird's menu structure. Maybe you did move with the mouse and still look for a faster, more comfortable, keyboard-only way?
Rejoice! Mozilla Thunderbird lets you repeat the last moving or copy operation easily — using a quickly reached menu item or a keyboard shortcut.
Repeat the Last Move or Copy Command Fast in Mozilla Thunderbird
To move or copy a message (or a group of messages) repeating the last such command (i.e. move a message to the "Archive" folder if you last moved a message to the "Archive" folder):
- Press Ctrl-Shift-M (Windows, Linux) or Command-Shift-M (Mac) or
- Select Move to __ Again or Copy to __ Again from the menu.