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Reading mail With attachments.

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Contributed by Zombie colt_seaver on Jul 14, 2000 at 02:58 UTC
Q&A  > mail and news


Description:

I stole a script from LinuxJournal (Yep Sue me, I'm learning Perl!) to read my mail in the browser but when the messages got an attachment the whole text of the file is displayed. I want to avoid this.

Can you help?

Answer: Reading mail With attachments.
contributed by lhoward

Check out the MIME::Parser module. It has all the tools you will need to parse (and also build) MIME encoded messages.

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