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Anomy translating Japanese characters

From: mark david mcCreary (56809@xyz.molar.is)
Date: Thu 10 Oct 2002 - 15:57:19 GMT

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    I'm using Anomy 1.49. When I send a Japanese email through Anomy with the
    following header info

    Mime-Version: 1.0
    Content-Type: text/html; charset=Shift_JIS
    Content-Transfer-Encoding: 7bit

    It's taking lines in the body of the message, that look like this

    <title>Nature Cancer Update T{Rec</title>

    and is translating them to

    <title>Nature Cancer Update ???T???u?{???R???e???c</title>

    My configuration looks like this

      feat_boundaries = 0
      feat_files = 1
      feat_fixmime = 1
      feat_force_name = 0
      feat_forwards = 1
      feat_html = 0
      feat_lengths = 1
      feat_log_after = 0
      feat_log_inline = 0
      feat_log_stderr = 1
      feat_log_trace = 1
      feat_log_xml = 0
      feat_paranoid = 1
      feat_scripts = 1
      feat_testing = 0
      feat_trust_pgp = 0
      feat_uuencoded = 1
      feat_verbose = 1
      feat_webbugs = 1
      
      header_url = 0
      header_rev = 0
      
      msg_file_drop =
      msg_file_save =
      
      file_list_rules = 1
      file_default_policy = save
      file_name_tpl = quarantine/att-$F-$T.$$
      
      file_list_1 = .*
      file_list_1_scanner = 0:20:24,36:/usr/local/bin/sophos_sweep.sh %FILENAME
      file_list_1_policy = accept:save!:save!:save!

      
    Why is Anomy changing bits in the message, and is their a setting I can change
    to stop that from happening.

    Thanks in advance.

    mark



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