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I've actually written code with Mail::Box. It was pretty strange getting used to - but not because of the module; because of the mail!

I had to do something almost identical to what you are doing, but it was for filling out timesheets (dread!). I had it suck in my mail, dump the parts of the header and the body into different fields, and then run that against the tasks I had in bugzilla...

I can't tell you how great this module is. Go for it! If you want to email me at work, I can try to dig up that code. I never polished it up, so it might be kind of messy... let me know:

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In reply to Re: Re: Managing a Personal Email Archive by oubiwann
in thread Managing a Personal Email Archive by dave_aiello

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