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Re^3: Email::Mime Errors

by almut (Canon)
on Mar 18, 2010 at 14:43 UTC ( #829412=note: print w/replies, xml ) Need Help??

in reply to Re^2: Email::Mime Errors
in thread Email::Mime and Multiple Recipients

for my $to ( 'abc3\', 'abc2\'){

When you use single quotes for literal strings, you don't want the backslash before @ (the backslash will remain part of the string).

my $from = "abc1\"; # double quotes my $to = 'abc3\'; # single quotes print "from: $from"; print "to: $to"; __END__ from: to: abc3\ # !!

Those addresses are Email::Send::Gmail-internally being extracted from the To/Cc/Bcc headers using Email::Address->parse(), which doesn't identify something like abc3\ as a valid address, so the final list of recipients is empty — as the error message is trying to tell you.

#!/usr/bin/perl -l use Email::Address; @addresses = Email::Address->parse(''); print "ok : @addresses"; @addresses = Email::Address->parse('abc3\'); print "not ok : @addresses"; __END__ ok : not ok :

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