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Have you tried Net::POP3 if you read your mail via a POP3 account, or Net::IMAP::Simple if you use IMAP?
Hope that helps.
It does help. With Net::POP3 I succeeded to read an (encrypted) message. Thanks for your advice.
Is there any example code on how to work
with Net::POP3, read the cpan documentation but
i am not sure that i understand it all
Use two parentheses: (Like this: :) )
Use one parenthesis: (Like this: :)
Reverse direction of the smiley: (Like this: (: )
Use angle/square brackets instead of parentheses
Use C-style commenting to set the smiley off from the closing parenthesis
Make the smiley a dunce: (:>
I disapprove of emoticons
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