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NAME ^

Mail::Box-Index - list of all extended documentation

DESCRIPTION ^

All methods defined by MailBox are documented, but you still need to get a grip on the large picture: the relations between the modules and the methods. These larger explanations are included in the DETAILS of the manual pages, and listed here below. Of course, each page has a DESCRIPTION section as well, which tells some bare necessities about the module.

Only the HTML version of this manual page will list the sections.

  1. General sources of information
    • MailBox distribution overview (M)
    • MailBox simple recepies (M)
  2. Messages (M)
    See separate entries on header, body, fields and construction in this index below.
    • L
      • L
      • L
    • Coercing messages
    • L
    • L
  3. Message headers (M)
    • L
    • L
    • L
  4. Message header fields (M)
    • L
      • L
      • L
      • L
    • L
      • L
      • L
      • L (M)
      • L
      • L
    • L
      • L
      • L
      • L
    • L
  5. Message bodies (M)
    • L
    • Body meta information
      • Content types (L)
      • Content transfer encoding (M)
    • Multipart bodies (M)
    • Nested (encapsulated) messages (M)
    • L
      • L
      • L
      • L
  6. Message labels
    • L (M)
      • L (M)
      • Storing labels folder dependent
      • L (M)
      • L (MBOX and POP3)
      • L (M)
      • L (M)
      • L (IMAP4)
      • L (IMAP4)
  7. Message processing
    • Reading a message (M)
    • L (M)
    • Reply to a message (M)
    • L (M)
    • Bounce a message (M)
    • L (M)
    • Convert messages
      • To and from M objects (M)
      • To and from M objects(M)
      • Into HTML (M)
    • Convert body contents
      • From HTML to PostScript (M)
      • From HTML into plain text (M)
      • Beautify text (M)
  8. Folders (M) See separate section for type specifics below.
    • Folder managers
      • L (M)
      • L (M)
    • Folder types (M)
      • L
      • L
      • L
    • L (M)
      • L
    • Folder tied as hash (M)
    • Folder locking (M)
    • Searching folders (M)
      • scan header and body (M)
      • check for spam (M)
    • Managing messages located in folders (Mail::Box::Message)
  9. Folder types
    • DBX folders (M, read only)
      • L
      • L
      • L
    • IMAP4 folders (M)
      • L
    • MAILDIR folders (M)
      • L
    • MBOX folders (M)
      • L
      • L
    • MH folders (M)
      • L
      • L
      • L
    • POP3 folders (M)
      • L
      • L
  10. Discussion threads
    • The thread manager (M)
      • L
      • L
    • The thread node (M)
  11. Transmitting messages (M)
    • Sending (M)
      • Via Exim (M)
      • Via Mailx (M)
      • Via Qmail (M)
      • Via Sendmail or Postfix (M)
      • Via raw SMTP (M)
    • Receiving (M)
      • Via POP3 (M)
    • Bi-directional
      • Via IMAP4 (M)
  12. Performance
    • Quality over performance
    • Weak references
    • Reducing memory consumption
      • Lazy extraction
      • Picking the optimal body class
      • L (M)
    • Destructing messages (M)
  13. Additional modules
    • Extensions
      • M, a faster parser
      • L, webmail applications builder
    • Helper modules
      • L
      • L
      • L

SEE ALSO ^

This module is part of Mail-Box distribution version 2.117, built on August 24, 2014. Website: http://perl.overmeer.net/mailbox/

LICENSE ^

Copyrights 2001-2014 by [Mark Overmeer]. For other contributors see ChangeLog.

This program is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify it under the same terms as Perl itself. See http://www.perl.com/perl/misc/Artistic.html

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