I use Mozilla 0.9.2.1 as my web browser and email client on my laptop, after making the transition from Netscape 4.78. Since I have only been using Linux as my primary operating system for about a year, I am used to using the email client in Netscape/Mozilla, rather than something more UNIX-oriented.
I want to write a Perl script to go through my Inbox file, parse the messages, and archive or dispose of certain mail messages. How would you recommend doing this?
Chatham Township Data Corporation
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