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I use Net::SMTP. The following block of code sends an email:
        $smtp = Net::SMTP->new($smtp_server_addr) or print $@;
        $smtp->mail($fromAddress);
        $smtp->to($toAddress);
        $smtp->data();
        $smtp->datasend("To: God\n");
        $smtp->datasend("Subject: Thanks for perl\n");
        $smtp->datasend("\n");
        #@body is list of strings(lines of message)
        $smtp->datasend(\@body);  
        $smtp->dataend();
        $smtp->quit



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In reply to Re: How to send mail from Perl/Tk Program? by CaMelRyder
in thread How to send mail from Perl/Tk Program? by mikasue

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