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In case it wasn't clear above, each file that it should be trying to load is the e-mail from Exchange dumped out into a file (one e-mail per file).

And if anyone happens to want the EventSink to try out on their Exchange 2000/2003 server, I have it up at
In the readme for that, it explains that it is not an ideal solution (and it goes into why), especially for a server that has many users getting e-mail. For small offices like ours it will likely work just fine. It also gives a link to a howto on getting SpamAssassin to "work" under a Win32 environment (spamd doesn't work and the rbl checks should be disabled since they don't work under Win32).

There are some odd things afoot now, in the Villa Straylight.

In reply to Re: Mail::Internet on Win32? by AssFace
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