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I have been using an old, abandoned plugin for Thunderbird called "Habul" that would bulk-send spam tagged messages to my SpamCop "quick" address.  It's very simple, effective.    I wonder if there is a similar tool available for Apple Mail that could do this?   I don't know AppleScript, but I can't imagine the functionality itself is difficult to achieve.  Alternatively, it could be run against a folder -- but it's probably better to have a user tag the message as spam first.

 

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18 minutes ago, forrie said:

I wonder if there is a similar tool available for Apple Mail that could do this? 

Look at AltaMail  not freeware but give 30 day trail might might not do what you want

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14 minutes ago, forrie said:

Looks like this is only for iOS and iPad.   I think what I'm describing can be accomplished with AppleScript, interfacing with Apple Mail -- I just don't know how to do it. 

Don't have a Apple mobile but they describe it as 
"Download AltaMail and enjoy it on your iPhone, iPad and iPod touch."

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On 11/8/2019 at 12:14 PM, forrie said:

I wonder if there is a similar tool available for Apple Mail that could do this?

I have not used applescript since OS9, so I may not be of help, but this page (https://macscripter.net/viewtopic.php?id=30296) seems it looks a little bit familiar and may be of help.

For me, what I do is to create a new email and then drag and drop all the messages I want to submit on that email.  (Yes, you can do more than one attachment to the email you submit to your submit address.)  Just make sure when you get the reply you can click all the links.

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