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As Limbic~Region pointed out, Mail::Box is perfect for this sort of thing. Here is an example (assuming mbox format):

#!/usr/bin/perl use strict; use warnings; use diagnostics; use Mail::Box::Manager; my ($folder1,$folder2,$folder3) = @ARGV; my $mgr = Mail::Box::Manager->new( folderdir => [ '.' ] ); my $f1 = $mgr->open(folder => $folder1, ) or die $!; my $f2 = $mgr->open(folder => $folder2, ) or die $1; my $f3 = $mgr->open(folder => $folder3, create => 1, access => 'rw', ) + or die $!; foreach my $msg ( $f1->messages(),$f2->messages() ){ $msg->copyTo($f3) if $msg; } # or $mgr->copyMessage($f3, ($f1->messages(),$f2->messages()) ); $mgr->closeAllFolders(); 1;

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