The mutt variable $mime_forward
must be set to a non-"no" value to get the option to forward a message as an attachment.
While mutt is in the index screen, typing ":set mime_forward=ask-no" will force mutt to ask you if you want to forward the message as an attachment, defaulting to no.
What you should see is something like this.
Type 'f' to forward the currently selected message.
"To:" appears. Enter the address to foward to from the phisher tracker forum. For example:To: email@example.com
Hit the Return key to enter a subject:Subject: [firstname.lastname@example.org: [Spam]Your account was hijacked]
Hi Return again to keep the same subject and then you'll get a new option:Forward as attachment? ([no]/yes):
When you're ready to send your message, you should see that the forwarded message is now an attachment.- I 2 [Spam]Your account was hijacked [message/rfc822, 7bit, 12K]
Go ahead and send the mail.
This procedure appeared to work for phish #2608.Thanks to justbits for this procedure