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RFC2822 (April 2001) introduces a slightly different format of date than that used by RFC822 (August 1982). The main correction is that the preferred format is more limited, and thus easier to parse programmatically.
Despite the ease of generating and parsing perfectly valid RFC822 and RFC2822 people still get it wrong. This module aims to correct that.
DateTime::Format::Mail Convert between DateTime and RFC2822/822 formats To install, run the following commands after untarring the distribution: perl Build.PL ./Build test ./Build install For usage, see the doco. Either use perldoc or view it on the web at: <http://search.cpan.org/dist/DateTime-Format-Mail/> For a complete list of changes, see the Changes file.
DateTime::Format:UserlContributed Perl DocuDateTime::Format::Mail(3) NAME DateTime::Format::Mail - Convert between DateTime and RFC2822/822 formats SYNOPSIS use DateTime::Format::Mail; # From RFC2822 via class method: my $datetime = DateTime::Format::Mail->parse_datetime( "Sat, 29 Mar 2003 22:11:18 -0800" ); more»
0.3001 2007-08-30 - No longer including RFCs in the tarball, per the request of the Debian maintainer for this package. Apparently, this makes their job harder, and it serves no useful purpose for me. Requested by Gunnar Wolf. RT #28480. 0.30 2006-07-24 - The strict parsing made the day name mandatory, even though RFC822 and 2822 specify it as optional. Reported by Julian Mehnle. S more»
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LICENCE FOR DateTime::Format::Mail 0.28 Copyright � Iain Truskett, 2003. All rights reserved. This more»
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