Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)
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1) Why should I use the Mail::Box::Manager?
You can process folders using the Mail::Box::Mbox and Mail::Box::MH
objects, without a Mail::Box::Manager. However, using the manager, your
application will work for any kind of folder because the manager will
This program was originally written in December 2000. Then a total
redesign was made, which was released in December 2001.
The file TODO.v2 lists holes in the current implementation. In this file,
more long-term plans are listed.
Plans for the (near?) future:
* Thread lint
Currently, threads are only detected based on some fields in the
message header which are dedicated for this (t
== README Mail::Box v2
Last update: 2008-09-26
The Mail::Box folder is a modern mail-folder manager --at least at the
moment of this writing ;) It is written to be a replacement of MailTools
and Mail::Folder, an alternative to the Email::* set of modules.
The most important modules are Mail::Box::Manager, Mail::Box, and
Mail::Message. Their documentation explain the features in more detail
===== ChangeLog of Mail::Box version 2.*
Limitations to be fixed:
- when lines are over 997 chars
This file lists the things to do
what if appendMessage fails
Terms of Perl itself
a) the GNU General Public License as published by the Free
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