After configuring a single, unified Inbox within Outlook 2007 to unify multiple email accounts, I found Thunderbird 3's Smart Folder feature. It works great, providing individual inboxes for each of your email accounts and a unified inbox which provides a unified, virtual view of those other inboxes.
Thunderbird is smart enough so what when I reply to an email addressed to a specific email account, the reply is "From" that email address.
In order to know which inbound email was to which of my accounts, I added the "Recipient" column to the inbox Smart Folder:
What's displayed in the Recipient column depends on how the sender/sender's email client addresses the email. If they send it to just "firstname.lastname@example.org" without specifying a friendly name, the Recipient column displays "email@example.com" and there's no ambiguity about which account the email was sent to.
However, if the sender has me in their address book (likely stored with a friendly name), it will be addressed as "Howard Camp [firstname.lastname@example.org]" and then show in the Recipient column as "Howard Camp".
The problem is that if someone emails me with a friendly name at another of my email accounts (e.g. "Howard Camp [email@example.com]", the Recipient column will also display "Howard Camp" and I can't tell which account it's to until I open the message and/or look at the details.
How can I configure Thunderbird to always display my email address rather than the sender-specified friendly name in the Recipient column?