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I'm have a email in a text file. From this file I would like to get the sender information, the attached files and the body of the e-mail. Is there something simple to do this? Marcos...

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    I'm have a email in a text file. From this file I would like to get the
    sender information, the attached files and the body of the e-mail.

    Is there something simple to do this?

    Marcos
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    com <com> asked: 

    Yeah. MIME::Pr from the MIME-tools distribution.

    HTH,
    Thomas

    Thomas Guest

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    > I'm have a email in a text file. From this file I would like to get the 

    Check out the MIME::Pr or Mail::Box modules from CPAN. There are
    others probably but these two I have used.

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    And the clouds parted, and Wiggins d Anconia said... 
    >
    > Check out the MIME::Pr or Mail::Box modules from CPAN. There are
    > others probably but these two I have used.
    >[/ref]

    I'll second the nomination for Mail::Box. I'm using it to p a
    collection of emails for processing on the headers and body and it works
    like a charm!

    HTH-
    Brian

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     [/ref][/ref]
    get 
    > >
    > > Check out the MIME::Pr or Mail::Box modules from CPAN. There are
    > > others probably but these two I have used.
    > >[/ref]
    >
    > I'll second the nomination for Mail::Box. I'm using it to p a
    > collection of emails for processing on the headers and body and it[/ref]
    works 

    I'm using Mail::Box as well ...
    It is great !

    José.

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