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anomy changes the content-type of HTML part

From: Razvan Cosma (32894@xyz.molar.is)
Date: Wed 15 Nov 2006 - 13:24:31 GMT


 Hello,
As you can see in the attached text files, Anomy changes the MIME
boundary and content-type of the message for no obvious reason, and so
the e-mail client will only display the text part. The original charset
and mime boundary can vary (it is a periodic newsletter in several
languages), but the outcome is always the same: Content-Type:
application/DEFANGED-nnnn.
The former HTML body is not displayed at all, and does not appear as an
attachment either. Tested with Outlook and Thunderbird.
Can you suggest what goes wrong or how to debug this issue?

Thank you very much,
Razvan

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Subject: EUROPEAN PREMIERE: "TANK OVERHAUL" - from 11 December on Viasat Explorer
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    <div style='font: 26px Arial Black, Verdana, Sans-Serif; color: #FFCC22; letter-spacing:-1px; line-height:30px;'>TANK OVERHAUL</div>
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    Canada, documentary series, 2006<br />
<br />
<B>EUROPEAN PREMIERE – EXCLUSIVELY FOR PAY TV</b><br />
<br />
The tank itself is the star. <br />
<br />
The team of forensic mechanics, engineers and tank designers will find out what made this tank unique as they work to bring it back to factory fresh condition; to make it battle ready: <br><img src='/p.gif' border='0' width='1' height='5'><br>
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    <i>The Hero Mechanic</i>: takes us through the challenges of the rebuild, shows us the battle-scared condition the tank was found in, and uncovers the mechanical clues.<br />
<br />
<i>The Tank Gurus</i>: Guys like Jacques Littlefield and Kevin Wheatcroft have the largest personal tank collections in the world. They are the ones that others come to for advice. They talk about the broader issues of Tank collecting and why these machines are so interesting.<br />
<br />
<i>Tank Experts</i>: modern tank designers and tank commanders explain the specific features of each machine and relate them to military strategy.<br />
<br />
<i>Tank Enthusiasts</i>: we’ll go to various tank rallies to meet the Tank Enthusiasts and their families to hear their passion for tanks.<br />
<br />
<i>The Mechanics in the Shop</i>: will show us the challenges of specific parts of the rebuild.<br><img src='/p.gif' border='0' width='1' height='5'><br>
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    And above all, the main character is the tank itself – a machine with an incredible story to tell. <br />
<br />
Each episode will follow the process of restoration and show us the heavy equipment in action – the teardown, the rebuild; the search for parts, and the investigation, which follows the search for clues inside the tank. <br />
<br />
Broken mechanical parts reveal design innovations and flaws as our mechanics piece together events that knocked this tank out of action.<br />
<br />
With the chassis number we’ll go to military archives to trace the movements of our tank from the factory floor to the battlefield, and find out what happened in her final battle. Along the way, our story will lead us to modern tank factories to see how the cutting edge designs of today are inspired by lessons learned from the innovations and failures of the WWII design – night vision, engines, armour and cannons. <br />
<br />
We’ll also visit popular tank festivals, meet the enthusiasts who collect tanks, and share their stories about our hero tank. <br><img src='/p.gif' border='0' width='1' height='5'><br>
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    <b>MORE EXTREME THAN YOUR AVERAGE CAR-SHOW, SO DON’T MISS IT! </b><br><img src='/p.gif' border='0' width='1' height='5'><br>
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    <b><big>Episode 1 – THE COMET</big></b><br />
<br />
Dave Arnold and his crew at the Isle of Wight Military History Museum are set for a real challenge. They’ve rescued a rare 1945 COMET Tank from an Army firing range. It’s been shot to hell and they only have 4 months to get it ready and running for the crowds at Tank Fest 2006. <br />
<br />
The stakes are high as Dave and his crew struggle to get their COMET ready for Judgment day. The experts will be out to scrutinize the work for historic accuracy and attention to detail; a ruthless preamble before getting down to what they all love best –to blast around in TANKS. <br><img src='/p.gif' border='0' width='1' height='5'><br>
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    <b><big>Episode 2 – THE PANTHER</big></b><br />
<br />
Jacques Littlefield is a nice guy with a whole lot of tanks. In fact, with over 300 military vehicles, he has the largest private tank collection in the world. Jacques’ team is currently working on the jewel of his collection, the extremely rare and coveted PANTHER. This one has been rescued from the bottom of a river in Poland and it has been –literally- blown to pieces. The damage and the mechanical complexity make this the toughest and most expensive job Jacques’ crew have ever done. But the damage also contains clues that lead us back to the scene to reveal what really happened to tank and crew on their final day of battle.<br />
<br />
Along the way, we’ll hook up with Jacques’ buddy in England, Kevin Wheatcroft, who happens to have the second biggest collection in the world; and who also happens be restoring two Panthers of his own. <br />
<br />
Finally, we discover that as advanced as it was, the Panther had an Achilles Heel – if it ever broke down, it was a nightmare to fix. In the gruelling context of war, the mighty Panther was too sophisticated for its own good.<br><img src='/p.gif' border='0' width='1' height='5'><br>
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    <b><big>Episode 3 – THE SHERMAN</b></big><br />
<br />
The American M4 Sherman is the best known and most widely used tank of the Second World War. It is also the most controversial. Was it the all-American tank that won the war or a completely under-designed death trap?<br />
<br />
We go to the Isle of Wight Military History Museum, where Dave Arnold and his crew are about to try something no one else has ever done before. They are going to chop two destroyed Shermans in half to piece together one good machine.<br />
<br />
In the end, we’ll pay tribute to the success of the open design of the Sherman with the massively up-graded Super Sherman that continued to be a match for modern arms until the end of the 1960’s; making the Sherman the most widely used and longest serving tank in the world.<br><img src='/p.gif' border='0' width='1' height='5'><br>
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    <b><big>Episode 4 – THE M18 HELLCAT</b></big><br />
<br />
We go to the Tank Workshop in Tooele, Utah where a crew of dedicated restorers race to finish a very special project. Their boss, Karl Smith, has gathered the largest private collection of World War II vehicles in the United States, and he’s throwing a VE-Day party with a big surprise. <br />
<br />
The crew has discovered that one of the M-18 HELLCAT Tank Destroyers in the collection is the same machine that a local veteran served in during the Second World War. They have two weeks to tear it apart, install a new engine, and get it running so they can take one very surprised veteran for the ride of his life. <br><img src='/p.gif' border='0' width='1' height='5'><br>
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    <b><big>Tank Overhaul – from 11 December on Viasat Explorer</big></B><br><img src='/p.gif' border='0' width='1' height='5'><br>
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    <b>MORE INFORMATION AND IMAGES FOR PRESS ARE AVAILABLE ON VIASAT PRESS-SITE</b><br />
<br />
Julia Ivanova<br />
Press Manager, PayTV East<br />
Viasat Broadcasting UK Ltd<br />
Phone UK +44 1895 433 018<br />
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    Canada, documentary series, 2006<br />
<br />
<B>EUROPEAN PREMIERE – EXCLUSIVELY FOR PAY TV</b><br />
<br />
The tank itself is the star. <br />
<br />
The team of forensic mechanics, engineers and tank designers will find out what made this tank unique as they work to bring it back to factory fresh condition; to make it battle ready: <br><img src='/p.gif' border='0' width='1' height='5'><br>
    <br><img src='/p.gif' border='0' width='1' height='2'><br>
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    <i>The Hero Mechanic</i>: takes us through the challenges of the rebuild, shows us the battle-scared condition the tank was found in, and uncovers the mechanical clues.<br />
<br />
<i>The Tank Gurus</i>: Guys like Jacques Littlefield and Kevin Wheatcroft have the largest personal tank collections in the world. They are the ones that others come to for advice. They talk about the broader issues of Tank collecting and why these machines are so interesting.<br />
<br />
<i>Tank Experts</i>: modern tank designers and tank commanders explain the specific features of each machine and relate them to military strategy.<br />
<br />
<i>Tank Enthusiasts</i>: we’ll go to various tank rallies to meet the Tank Enthusiasts and their families to hear their passion for tanks.<br />
<br />
<i>The Mechanics in the Shop</i>: will show us the challenges of specific parts of the rebuild.<br><img src='/p.gif' border='0' width='1' height='5'><br>
    <br><img src='/p.gif' border='0' width='1' height='2'><br>
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    And above all, the main character is the tank itself – a machine with an incredible story to tell. <br />
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Each episode will follow the process of restoration and show us the heavy equipment in action – the teardown, the rebuild; the search for parts, and the investigation, which follows the search for clues inside the tank. <br />
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Broken mechanical parts reveal design innovations and flaws as our mechanics piece together events that knocked this tank out of action.<br />
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With the chassis number we’ll go to military archives to trace the movements of our tank from the factory floor to the battlefield, and find out what happened in her final battle. Along the way, our story will lead us to modern tank factories to see how the cutting edge designs of today are inspired by lessons learned from the innovations and failures of the WWII design – night vision, engines, armour and cannons. <br />
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We’ll also visit popular tank festivals, meet the enthusiasts who collect tanks, and share their stories about our hero tank. <br><img src='/p.gif' border='0' width='1' height='5'><br>
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    <b>MORE EXTREME THAN YOUR AVERAGE CAR-SHOW, SO DON’T MISS IT! </b><br><img src='/p.gif' border='0' width='1' height='5'><br>
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    <b><big>Episode 1 – THE COMET</big></b><br />
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Dave Arnold and his crew at the Isle of Wight Military History Museum are set for a real challenge. They’ve rescued a rare 1945 COMET Tank from an Army firing range. It’s been shot to hell and they only have 4 months to get it ready and running for the crowds at Tank Fest 2006. <br />
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The stakes are high as Dave and his crew struggle to get their COMET ready for Judgment day. The experts will be out to scrutinize the work for historic accuracy and attention to detail; a ruthless preamble before getting down to what they all love best –to blast around in TANKS. <br><img src='/p.gif' border='0' width='1' height='5'><br>
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    <b><big>Episode 2 – THE PANTHER</big></b><br />
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Jacques Littlefield is a nice guy with a whole lot of tanks. In fact, with over 300 military vehicles, he has the largest private tank collection in the world. Jacques’ team is currently working on the jewel of his collection, the extremely rare and coveted PANTHER. This one has been rescued from the bottom of a river in Poland and it has been –literally- blown to pieces. The damage and the mechanical complexity make this the toughest and most expensive job Jacques’ crew have ever done. But the damage also contains clues that lead us back to the scene to reveal what really happened to tank and crew on their final day of battle.<br />
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Along the way, we’ll hook up with Jacques’ buddy in England, Kevin Wheatcroft, who happens to have the second biggest collection in the world; and who also happens be restoring two Panthers of his own. <br />
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    <b><big>Episode 3 – THE SHERMAN</b></big><br />
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The American M4 Sherman is the best known and most widely used tank of the Second World War. It is also the most controversial. Was it the all-American tank that won the war or a completely under-designed death trap?<br />
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We go to the Isle of Wight Military History Museum, where Dave Arnold and his crew are about to try something no one else has ever done before. They are going to chop two destroyed Shermans in half to piece together one good machine.<br />
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In the end, we’ll pay tribute to the success of the open design of the Sherman with the massively up-graded Super Sherman that continued to be a match for modern arms until the end of the 1960’s; making the Sherman the most widely used and longest serving tank in the world.<br><img src='/p.gif' border='0' width='1' height='5'><br>
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    <b><big>Episode 4 – THE M18 HELLCAT</b></big><br />
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We go to the Tank Workshop in Tooele, Utah where a crew of dedicated restorers race to finish a very special project. Their boss, Karl Smith, has gathered the largest private collection of World War II vehicles in the United States, and he’s throwing a VE-Day party with a big surprise. <br />
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The crew has discovered that one of the M-18 HELLCAT Tank Destroyers in the collection is the same machine that a local veteran served in during the Second World War. They have two weeks to tear it apart, install a new engine, and get it running so they can take one very surprised veteran for the ride of his life. <br><img src='/p.gif' border='0' width='1' height='5'><br>
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    <b><big>Tank Overhaul – from 11 December on Viasat Explorer</big></B><br><img src='/p.gif' border='0' width='1' height='5'><br>
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