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Re: change subject of emails on ISP's IMAP server

On Fri, Dec 12, 2014 at 08:53:51PM -0500, Rob Owens wrote:
> When my ISP encounters an email that it cannot scan for viruses, it
> prepends ***UNCHECKED*** to the subject.  This occurs on every encrypted
> email I receive.  It's highly annoying, and the ISP refuses to fix this.
> What tools can I use to detect this tag and delete it?  I'd prefer to
> modify the subject of the email as it resides on my ISP's IMAP server.
> But if I have to rely on my email client (mutt) to do that, that's ok
> too I guess.
> Any suggestions would be welcome.  

Apparently, this is what imapfilter will do. You'll need to write a lua
script to tell it what to do, but it looks like it comes with some
hackable examples.

> -Rob

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