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Re: Inbox Message getting from Gmail
by ww (Archbishop) on Aug 01, 2011 at 11:04 UTC
    ... and I want a pony.

    Wanting doesn't cut it. This is not a code writing service.

    Rather, this is a place where the Monks will be pleased to help you understand particular problems when issues arise... in other words, help you learn how to feed and curry the pony, and clean out the manure.

    So, please, read How do I post a question effectively?, On asking for help and come back with YOUR code, and a clear description of how it falls short of being a pony.

    Of course, Super Search might offer you a cheaper way out...

Re: Inbox Message getting from Gmail
by davido (Cardinal) on Aug 02, 2011 at 02:27 UTC

    That module may be perfectly capable of doing what you need, but considering there are other choices on the CPAN, and they're all better documented than that one, I'd move on to something where the author spent a little more time with the POD. Often the synopsis is all you need to get minimally productive with a module. That one doesn't provide any help in the synopsis, and no description of its functions. It doesn't seem like a complete work.


    Dave

Re: Inbox Message getting from Gmail
by The Hindmost (Scribe) on Aug 02, 2011 at 08:05 UTC
    Here:
    1: Go to cpan 2: Search for 'Mail::Webmail::Gmail' 3: Click on the first result 4: Do a small amount of reading 5: ??? 6: Pony! and the added bonus of knowledge!