Failed Login Report feature request

Jan 25 (8 months ago)
Will Watts wrote
Having discovered some nasty little so-and-so trying to hack our VPOP3 server, I have enabled the Failed Login Report. (The logs showed that he had been doing this for several days, before I noticed and moved his IP to permanent block. I want to be swifter to act in future.)

However, most days the Failed Login Report has nothing to say, so just clogs up my inbox, although I appreciate the reassurance value of always having a report. I would like to write a Thunderbird email rule that recognises when there are no attempts, and simply move it our the way into a reference folder. Alternatively, recolour it red and leave it in place if there is a non-zero number.

It's hard to write a rule based on the contents of the (possibly empty) table in the body of the message VPOP3 generates. Would it be possible to write a Subject line that indicated the number of Failed Login Attempts, eg "Failed Login Report (0) for 24 January 2021"?
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Jan 25 (8 months ago)
Paul Smith agent wrote
At the moment this is not possible, but we've added it to the wishlist for a future version.

Jan 25 (8 months ago)
Paul Smith agent wrote
It's at https://bugtracker.pscs.co.uk/view.php?id=2175
Jan 25 (8 months ago)
Will Watts wrote
Ta.