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    Perl Archive : Modules : Mail
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      Perl Development Tools@ (71)
    Various tools to help novice and seasoned programmers program. Debuggers, code snippets, etc.
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      Mail::Detach   

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     Price: Free

    Mail::Detach allows extracting (detaching) attachments from MIME and non-MIME email messages.

     (Added: Mon Jul 26 1999 Hits: 539 Rating: 6.33 Votes: 3)

      Mail::Eudora   

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     Price: Free   License: GNU GPL

    Unfortunately, Qualcomm doesn't want to release the spec. for their .toc index files. So what I have done so far is very limited, and helps only to manipulate the message files (.mbx). If they are changed, status (read/unread etc...) and label information is lost.

     (Added: Tue Nov 09 1999 Hits: 243 Rating: 7.00 Votes: 1)

      Mail::Sendmail   

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     Price: Free   License: GNU GPL

    Mail::Sendmail contains mainly &sendmail, which takes a hash with the message to send and sends it. It is intended to be very easy to setup and use.

     (Added: Tue Nov 09 1999 Hits: 756 Rating: 6.33 Votes: 3)

                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                       


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