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Re: Parsing Outlook email time sent?

by barbie (Deacon)
on Sep 30, 2007 at 21:16 UTC ( #641812=note: print w/replies, xml ) Need Help??


in reply to Parsing Outlook email time sent?

You might be interested in looking at my distribution Mail-Outlook, and in particular the module Mail::Outlook::Message, which includes the code to access not only the sent date, Sent(), but also the received date, Received().

Whatever you're trying to do there is nearly always something on CPAN that can give you a few pointers :)

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[Corion]: Meh. I'm now on Firefox 57 ("Quantum") and again have to remove Pocket, and reinstall the adblocker, uMatrix (because NoScript doesn't work) and silence the about:blank page to not download crap from the internet
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[ambrus]: Corion: my guess is to first read the start of the file to check what format it is out of two or more possibilities, then rewind it and handle it differently depending on the program
[ambrus]: s/program/format/
[Dumu]: ambrus: it's about testing a file for being multiple possible file formats
[ambrus]: In particular, you might want to detect the encoding of a HTML file from between utf-16 versus ascii-based and encoding given in a META tag.
[ambrus]: Dumu: it should probably be safe to change the encoding if you rewind first with seek $file, 0, 0 first
[Dumu]: ambrus: good guess. I'm trying to contribute to a CPAN module, and the existing tests assume they're looking at text files
[Dumu]: ambrus: thank you. I was seeking afterwards. I'll seek first.
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