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UTF8 issue with Net::POP3
use Encode ();
$subject = Encode::decode('MIME-Header', $subject);
That's done it - thanks. Wish the docs would mention, somewhere, that you need to do that. Everything seems to assume that once you've retrieved a message, you're done.
To be fair, the module name, Net::POP3, hints that it only does the POP3 protocol. It does not try to parse the headers or MIME attachments or anything. That's some other module's job.
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