After having Gmail and Hotmail tabs hogging my Chrome browser w/ irrational memory consumption, I decided to try desktop email clients. Using Windows 10's native Mail app was fine, except for the fact that you cannot arrange the panes layout to have the preview pane under the messages list pane.
So, I installed Mozilla Thunderbird, and it is working fine. However, a few features that are available in the Web-based clients and the Mail app. The most prominent one is the lack of one-click message delete. That is, I receive lots of messages that I delete immediately (mostly automated emails), and with Thunderbird, I need to right-click on the message and then find the Delete entry in the long drop-down menu.
In the other clients, when you hover over a message, a trash icon appears that lets you delete it from the list in one click.
Is there a way to configure Thunderbird for one-click delete?