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Thread: Append "[Insecure]" or "[Error]" to filename on error?

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    Append "[Insecure]" or "[Error]" to filename on error?

    So, I realize there is a way to dump insecure/error files into a separate directory, but I was wondering if there was a way to append a text string to the beginning or end of the file name like "[Error]" or "[Insecure]" and just keeping it in the same destination folder as the securely-ripped files?

    Thanks in advance. - Jim

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    Re: Append "[Insecure]" or "[Error]" to filename on error?

    It is not possible.

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