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[vox-tech] tags with mutt

FireFox and GMail have sort-of recently (past year) converted me from the
directory paradigm to the tag paradigm.

Is there a way to use tags with email and mutt?

I might be able to roll my own system if there's a convenient way to add a
header line to the email (I'd rather not do control-E and hand write the
header line -- after all, tagging is to increase efficiency/convenience).

Is there a way to maybe type control-t, then type something like
"linux,email,tags" and have the header

   X-tags: linux, email, tags

added to the headers?

Then when I delete, I can probably use some kind of hook to save the
email-to-be-deleted to a backup file.

Maybe an email tagged as "spam" could be auto-fed into bogofilter and
deleted without backing it up...


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