M/P- BMIME-Version: 1.0" - this looks like "
MIME-Version: 1.0" MIME header concatenated with some other data. I guess the message structure is somewhat strange - it is quite likely it doesn't really contain any UUEncoded attachments, although the strange body structure made the parser detect it as one.
Would it be possible to open the message in notepad or other simple text editor and copy&paste the part of the message around
M/P- BMIME-Version: 1.0 (or mail it to firstname.lastname@example.org in a ZIP file)? That should make it possible to tell what exactly is going on and solve it.
Update: It looks like the message actually is using UUEncode, but the structure seems strange... There are lots of spaces in middle of attachment data and some lines are longer than others... I am afraid the message is so badly broken that it's unparsable. Try reporting this to the message originators - they may be able to do something about it. However, I get "Invalid UUEncode line"
MailException when parsing the message - this is different than the error you reported (perhapos it's a different message?), but it's still caused by broken UUEncoded data.