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Mail::Field::Received provides subroutines for parsing Received headers from e-mails. It mostly complies with RFC822, but deviates to accommodate a number of broken MTAs which are in common use. It also attempts to extract useful information which MTAs often embed within the (comments).
It is a subclass derived from the Mail::Field and Mail::Field::Generic classes.
README for Mail::Field::Received Mail::Field::Received ===================== Mail::Field::Received is a parser of `Received' headers in e-mails. It mostly complies with RFC822, but deviates to accomodate a number of broken MTAs which are in common use. Uses ---- Any program which requires detailed information about the journey an e-mail too more»
Received(3pm) User Contributed Perl Documentation Received(3pm) NAME Mail::Field::Received -- mostly RFC822-compliant parser of Received headers SYNOPSIS use Mail::Field; my $received = Mail::Field->new('Received', $header); my $results = $received->parse_tree(); my $parsed_ok = $received->parsed_ok(); my $diagnostics = $received more»
libmail-field-received-perl (0.24-4) unstable; urgency=low * Fix debian/rules rmdir bug (closes: #467878) * Standardize debian/watch format * debian/control: add Homepage field -- Dominic Hargreaves <firstname.lastname@example.org> Sat, 1 Mar 2008 17:54:29 +0000 libmail-field-received-perl (0.24-3) unstable; urgency=low * Remove test for stringify() method which is no longer supported by Mail::Fi more»
2003-03-17 Adam Spiers <email@example.com> * Received.pm: - case-insensitive days and months more»
This is the debian package for the Mail::Field::Received module. It was created by Dominic Hargreave more»