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It is possible to configure Lotus Notes to not use prefixes of country specific language counterparts of Re: Fwd: e.t.c. in e-mail subjects?

It is possible to automagically cleanup chains:

PREFIX: (language specific PREFIX: counterpart) PREFIX: ...

of this kind when replying to or before sending e-mails in Thunderbird?

How to just stop this madness?!?

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There are Thunderbird add-ones:

  • Subject Cleaner - remove extra strings from the subject while composing the message. RegEx rules.
  • Clean Subject - cleans the subject from multiple occurrences of subject prefixes such as ("Re: Re-2: Re:") and postfixes that are inserted by other clients. Words like "[SPAM]" can be cleaned as well. These prefixes can be defined in the preferences. Abandoned :|

allowing for email subjects clean-up...

  • Subject Cleaner is also abandoned with regard to current Thunderbird versions. – kdb Jan 12 at 9:01

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