yes and no. No beacause you cannot use Egress Netflow for any type of traffic (IP nor MPLS) as egress netflow is not supported by the hardware.
Regarding a partial workaround you can indeed use the feature called "NDE on VRF Interfaces" which allows you to capture IPv4 traffic (still IP not MPLS though) that gets decapsulated (the MPLS label stack popped) and sent to an IP interface where a vrf is configured.
NOTE that 'VRF aware NDE' is something else basically it is the feature that allows you configure a NMS collector in a non default vrf.
Going back to the feature I mentioned, to properly define it this is not capturing MPLS flows but it is more
appropriate to say that it is capturing IPv4 flows after they come out from a MPLS cloud where MPLS VPN is configured.
With this you can get some statistics (unidirectionally as the traffic coming from IP domain going to MPLS cloud cannot be captured) but ONLY IP traffic will be accounted this way (and switching performance gets slightly reduced as the box will perform a recirculation of all the traffic which is accounted).
That means that you will have NO label information whatsoever for the captured flow in your collector.
The command you need for that is "flow hardware mpls-vpn ip vrf-id".
Please aslo note that the second link is about 12.SR in general, which is also available for some software based router (i.e. 7200) so it might refers to sub features not supported on 7600 like egress netflow.
If you don't aleady have a NetFlow MPLS reporting solution, we'd be interested in working with you. We've done some work with Juniper's MPLS NetFlow export as well however, it was only sampled. We learned quite a bit.
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