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My email provider anti-spam system adds a tag before the subject of emails when it detects spam or viruses.

It looks like *** PROBABLY SPAM *** What a night we had !

It's not very accurate and results in many false positive tags.

I archive some emails (like the one in the example) and these tags look dirty.

Do you know a way to get rid of them occasionally, without disabling the filter on the server ?

Thank you,
Stéphane.

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Not directly, but you can download the messages, process them, and upload them back to IMAP folders. Any good IMAP client will let you do that.

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Which imap client? I do not know anyone which is able to process messages without sending them again. Thanks. – Toc Nov 5 '10 at 8:32
    
@Toc: "that" meaning "download the messages, process them, and upload them back". – grawity Nov 5 '10 at 21:37

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