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Re: Saving certain email attachements using MIME::Tools

by blahblahblah (Priest)
on Aug 30, 2002 at 00:04 UTC ( #193951=note: print w/ replies, xml ) Need Help??


in reply to Saving certain email attachements using MIME::Tools

I think this would work:

$body = $entity->bodyhandle; $filename = $body->path;


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Re: Re: Saving certain email attachements using MIME::Tools
by neilwatson (Curate) on Aug 30, 2002 at 13:18 UTC
    $body returns: MIME::Body::InCore=HASH(0x83a39ac) while $filename comes out blank.

    Update

    foreach $x (@attypes){ if ($subentity->mime_type =~ m/$x/i){ $attachment = $subentity->bodyhandle->print(); push @attachment, $attachment; print "x = $x subentity =".$subentity->mime_type."\n"; push @attname, $subentity->head->mime_attr('content-disposition. +filename'); } }

    The attachment prints out but is not stored in $attachment. @attname now holds the attachment name correctly. All that remains is figuring out how to store the attachement into a variable for later use.

    Neil Watson
    watson-wilson.ca

      You're setting $attachment to the return value of the print() method. The perldoc for MIME:Body doesn't say anything about print() returning anything. There are other methods that look like they'll do what you want, like as_string() and as_lines().

      MIME::Tools has some of the better documentation I've seen for modules, with lots of examples. You should run "perldoc MIME::Body" or look at these pages on perldoc.com:
      http://www.perldoc.com/cpan/MIME-tools.html
      http://www.perldoc.com/cpan/MIME/Body.html

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