I spent few hours finding why on two redhat 9.1 installation
sanitizer works differently. One difference was that one had
f-prot for Linux - daemonized and expired test version and
the other had f-prot for workstation.
The first is my production server and the other is my test machine.
It seems that Sanitizer mangles file attachments when fp-linux-fs
expires - f-prot gives unknown error and eventually sanitizer
not knowing what to do delivers files with mangled names.
For example first.rtf is mangled to first_rtf.something which
cannot be clicked in Eudora or any mail reader.
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