Do you need them to be filed in random subdirectories inside a specified directory (rather than everything directly in the specified directory)? If not, then what I said in the edit still stands.
Causes messages to be filed directly into the given DIRECTORY. It does this by setting the underlying filer() to a new instance of MIME::Parser::FileInto, and passing the arguments into that class' new() method.
Causes messages to be filed directly into subdirectories of the given BASEDIR, one subdirectory per message. It does this by setting the underlying filer() to a new instance of MIME::Parser::FileUnder, and passing the arguments into that class' new() method.
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