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by Anonymous Monk
on Mar 10, 2000 at 20:49 UTC ( #5166=perlquestion: print w/replies, xml ) Need Help??
Anonymous Monk has asked for the wisdom of the Perl Monks concerning the following question:

I want to read an e-mail off a Microsoft Exchange Server from a WinNT Machine running ActivePerl. Is there any modules that can access an Exchange mail server or will a standard mail module work? I searched CPAN for an Exchange module with no success.

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RE: MS Exchange Mail
by Anonymous Monk on Mar 11, 2000 at 08:12 UTC
    I use Net::SMTP to access an Exchange Server at work from an NT box. It works well.
Re: MS Exchange Mail
by Anonymous Monk on Mar 11, 2000 at 09:36 UTC
    I agree, Net::SMTP is great. I've had much more trouble with CDO and CDONTS with NT. I've had no trouble yet with Net::SMTP.
Re: MS Exchange Mail
by btrott (Parson) on Mar 10, 2000 at 22:53 UTC
by Anonymous Monk on Mar 11, 2000 at 22:34 UTC

    Thanx guys, this makes things a lot clearer.

    I'll currently learning perl and the syntax can get a little eyeball twisting at times. Now that I look at it, it seems obvious that it's a hash of hashs... what was I thinking! :-)

    Once more, thanks.

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[Lady_Aleena]: Your Mother, that's the command line grep, not perl's grep.
[Your Mother]: …how on Earth could Perl’s grep recurse?
[Tanktalus]: perldigious: I'm not looking to get rich. I'm looking for interesting work, with good continuity of employment, and maintenance of our current lifestyle. (An improvement wouldn't be bad, either, but that's not a requirement ;) )
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[Your Mother]: :P
[Tanktalus]: Without confusion, I'd be out of a job ;)
[Tanktalus]: Already. :D
[Lady_Aleena]: Your Mother, I wish it did have a way to put in a directory to search.
[Your Mother]: That’s silly. It’s a string op tool.
[Lady_Aleena]: So I guess I'll go argue with File::Find and grep.

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