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Re: Reading Mail::Message objects using Mail::POP3Client

by jlongino (Parson)
on Oct 13, 2002 at 18:59 UTC ( #204933=note: print w/ replies, xml ) Need Help??


in reply to Reading Mail::Message objects using Mail::POP3Client

As dws says for attachment processing mime::parser is ideal. Here is an example of Mail::POP3Client access and MIME::Parser for parsing.

As for determining the pure text portion of the message, I've found that Mail::MboxParser is usually the easiest way to obtain it. Here is an example how to obtain the "text message" portion, if the E-mail contains one.

--Jim


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