configure mutt to show on the index screen which messages had attachments.
I had no idea that was possible! But it's something I've wanted for ages. Normally, mutt shows a list of attachments after the end of the email message. That was useful back in the day when people trimmed their email messages; but now, when most people append the contents of an entire message thread going back several weeks, scrolling down to the end of an email message is barely even possible.
What I'd really like is to see in the message view whether the message has attachments -- up at the top of the message, along with the headers. But showing it in the folder index would be a great start.
What Constitutes an Attachment?
First you have to define what attachments you care about.
Most normal email messages have attachments just for the text.
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