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#!/usr/bin/perl print "Form Mailer 0.1\n"; print "Where's your data file?\n"; $datafile=<>; print "What's the subject of your message?\n"; $subject=<>; print "Who do you want the message to be from? (your e-mail)\n"; $from=<>; print "Where's the message located?\n"; $messageloc= <>; chomp($from,$messageloc,$datafile); open MESSAGE,"<$messageloc"; $messagebody=join '', <MESSAGE>; close MESSAGE; open DATA, "<$datafile"; $header=<DATA>; chomp $header; @header=split(/\|/,$header); while($line=<DATA>){ chomp $line; @linesplit=split(/\|/,$line); for(my $i=0; $i<@header; $i++){ $header{$header[$i]}=$linesplit[$i]; } $message=$messagebody; foreach(keys %header){ print "key $_ => $header{$_}\n"; $message=~s/$_/$header{$_}/g; } open(MAIL, "|/usr/lib/sendmail -oem -t -oi"); print MAIL "From: $from\n"; print MAIL "To: $header{EMAIL}\n"; print MAIL "Subject: $subject\n\n"; print MAIL "$message\n"; close MAIL; } close DATA;

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