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Alright, I have this bit of code that's giving me some problems.

I'm passing two (or three, depending on it's usage) named parameters:
subject message to
if to is not passed, it defaults to my email address. The other two, however, are required.

My problem is neither of the two required are being included in the email that is sent to whoever (at this time it is only me) the email is sent to.
The Mail class:
package PL::Mail; use strict; use Mail::Sendmail; my $server = ''; my %mail; sub new { my $class = shift; my $self = {}; $mail{Smtp} = $server; $mail{From} = 'Postmaster <>'; $mail{To} = $self->{TO} ? $self->{TO} : 'Devin Austin + <>'; $mail{Subject} = $self->{SUBJECT}; $mail{Message} = $self->{MESSAGE}; bless $self, $class; return $self; } sub send { my ($self, $user, $msg) = @_; my $date = Mail::Sendmail::time_to_date(); $mail{Message} .= <<"" Message sent on $date From $ENV{REMOTE_ADDR} All information contained in this message do not reflect the ideas of Devin Austin or MorningStarWeb and it's affiliates. ; if (sendmail %mail) { print STDERR $Mail::Sendmail::error; } else { print STDERR "Error sending mail ($date): $!"; } }

How it's called:
my $obj = PL->new; $obj->Mail->send( subject => 'Comments from ' . $q->param('name'), message => $msg );
Any ideas, wise monks?

In reply to problematic OO by stonecolddevin

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