I'm currently using Anomy 1.35; I tried also the latest Anomy 1.43 but I got
the same problem:
when sanitizing the enclosed message, anomy correctly changes the header
but then fails to replace the boundaries of the following parts of the
message, so that the message appears empty to all mime-compliant readers.
I can argue that there is a problem connected to the presence of parentheses
in the boundary string, but I was unable to fix it due to my little
experience in perl... I was forced to turn off feat_boundaries.
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