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NAME ^

Tie::Eudora - encode/decode emails, read/write emails in Eudora mailbox files

SYNOPSIS ^

 ####
 # Subroutine interface
 #
 \$encoded_email  = decode_record(\$mailbox_email); 
 \@email          = decode_field(\$encoded_email);

 \$encoded_email  = encode_field (\@email);
 \$mailbox_email  = encode_record(\$encoded_email);

 #####
 # Object Interface
 # 
 $eudora = Tie::Form->new(@options);

 \$encoded_email   = $eudora->decode_record(\$record); 
 \@email           = $eudora->decode_field(\$encoded_email);

 \$encoded_email   = $eudora->encode_field (\@email);
 \$mailbox_email   = $eudora->encode_record(\$encoded_email);

 $mailbox_email    = $eudora->get_record();
 $success          = $eudora->put_record($mailbox_email);

 ####
 # use file subroutines to write/read Eudora mailbox files
 #
 tie *MAILBOX, 'Tie::Eudora';
 open MAILBOX,'>',$mbx;
 print MAILBOX @mailbox;
 close MAILBOX;

 open MAILBOX,'<',$mbx;
 @mailbox = <MAILBOX>;
 close MAILBOX;

DESCRIPTION ^

The Tie::Eudora program module provides a File Handle Tie package for reading and writing of Eudora mailbox files. The Tie::Eudora package handles each email in Eudora mailbox files as a record. Each record is read and written not as a scalar text string but as an array of field-name, field-body pairs corresponding to the header and body fields in the email.

Email Array

An email array, @email, is an array of field-name, field-body pairs where the even index array members are the field-name and the odd index array members are the field-values. The field-name, field-body pairs, except for the last pair, are as specified in RFC 822, http://www.ietf.org/rfc/rfc822.txt, and are in the order that they appear in an $encoded_email encoded in accordance with RFC 822. The last field-name, field-body pair has a field-name of 'X-Body' and the field-body contents is the body of the $encoded_email.

Mailbox Array

A mailbox array, @mailbox, is a list of references to email arrays.

REQUIREMENTS ^

Eudora Mailbox Format

A @mailbox array, written using the appropriate Tie::Eudora package file subroutines, shall[1] produce a Eudora mailbox file that can be read by Eudora 5.0. One appropriate use of the Tie::Eudora package subroutines to create a Eudora mailbox file is as follows:

 tie *MAILBOX, 'Tie::Eudora';
 open MAILBOX,'>',$mbx;
 print MAILBOX @Write_mailbox;
 close MAILBOX;

Eudora Mailbox Lossless

The @read_mailbox array from reading a mailbox file in accordance with Eudora Mailbox Format using the appropriate Tie::Eudora package file subroutines, shall[1] be exactly the same as the mailbox array @write_mailbox used to write the Eudora mailbox file. One appropriate use of the Tie::Eudora package subroutines to read a Eudora mailbox file is as follows:

 tie *MAILBOX, 'Tie::Eudora';
 open MAILBOX,'<',$mbx;
 @read_mailbox = <MAILBOX>;
 close MAILBOX;

RFC822 Email Format

A @mailbox array, written using the Tie::Eudora package file subroutines, shall[1] create a Eudora mailbox file that can be read by Eudora 5.0. A typical use of the Tie::Eudora package subroutines are as follows:

 tie *MAILBOX, 'Tie::Eudora';
 open MAILBOX,'>',$mbx;
 print MAILBOX @Write_mailbox;
 close MAILBOX;

RFC822 Email Lossless

The @read_mailbox array from reading a mailbox file in accordance with Eudora[1] using the Tie::Eudora package file subroutines, shall[1] be exactly the same as the mailbox array @write_mailbox used to write the Eudora mailbox file.

 tie *MAILBOX, 'Tie::Eudora';
 open MAILBOX,'<',$mbx;
 @read_mailbox = <MAILBOX>;
 close MAILBOX;

DEMONSTRATION ^

 #########
 # perl Eudora.d
 ###

~~~~~~ Demonstration overview ~~~~~

The results from executing the Perl Code follow on the next lines as comments. For example,

 2 + 2
 # 4

~~~~~~ The demonstration follows ~~~~~

     use File::Package;
     use File::SmartNL;
     use File::Spec;
     use Data::Dumper;
     $Data::Dumper::Sortkeys = 1; # dump hashes sorted
     $Data::Dumper::Terse = 1; # avoid Varn Variables

     my $uut = 'Tie::Eudora'; # Unit Under Test
     my $fp = 'File::Package';
     my $snl = 'File::SmartNL';
     my $loaded;

     my (@fields);  # force context

     my $mbx = 'Eudora1.mbx';

 ##################
 # Load UUT
 # 

 my $errors = $fp->load_package($uut, qw(is_handle encode_field decode_field
                 encode_record decode_record));
 $errors

 # ''
 # 

 ##################
 # Tie::Eudora Version 0.01 loaded
 # 

 $fp->is_package_loaded($uut)

 # 1
 # 

 ##################
 # Write Eudora Mailbox
 # 

     tie *MAILBOX, 'Tie::Eudora';
     open MAILBOX,'>',$mbx;
     print MAILBOX @test_data;
     close MAILBOX;
 $snl->fin($mbx)

 # 'From ???@??? Wed Jul 24 20:20:19 2002
 # X-Persona: <support@SoftwareDiamonds.com>
 # Return-Path: somebody@compuserve.com
 # Delivered-To: support@SoftwareDiamonds.com
 # Received: (qmail 7321 invoked from network); 24 Jul 2002 17:26:21 -0000
 # Received: from unknown (HELO mail.hbhosting.com) (66.28.88.4)
 #   by mail.ixpres.com with SMTP; 24 Jul 2002 17:26:21 -0000
 # Received: (qmail 17747 invoked by uid 89); 24 Jul 2002 17:38:56 -0000
 # Delivered-To: softwarediamonds.com-support@softwarediamonds.com
 # Received: (qmail 17745 invoked from network); 24 Jul 2002 17:38:56 -0000
 # Received: from unknown (HELO compuserve.com) (66.28.118.5)
 #   by 66.28.88.9 with SMTP; 24 Jul 2002 17:38:56 -0000
 # X-Mailer: SoftwareDiamonds.com/software/ Inetdia::sdmailit sdmailit() 1.0.005 May 9, 2002
 # Date: Wed, 24 Jul 2002 12:30:37 -0500
 # To: support@SoftwareDiamonds.com
 # From: somebody@compuserve.com
 # Subject: *~~* Software Diamonds sdform.pl *~~*
 # 
 # Comments:
 # i read an interesting article many years ago about the effects of drugs on spiders in National Geographic Magazine. %0Ait showed webs woven by spiders ""under the influence.""  spiders high on marijuana wove bad webs; spiders on LSD wove exceptionally geometrical webs.%0Aanyone know how i can locate the date of and issue this appeared in?%0A %0Amany thanks in advance to someone who has walked at least a mile in my shoes.
 # ^
 # 
 # Email:
 # sombody@compuserve.com
 # ^
 # 
 # REMOTE_ADDR:
 # 216.192.88.155
 # ^
 # 
 # HTTP_USER_AGENT:
 # Mozilla/4.0 (compatible; MSIE 5.0; Windows 98; DigExt)
 # ^
 # 
 # HTTP_REFERER:
 # http://www.spiderdiamonds.com/spider.htm
 # ^
 # 
 # From ???@??? Wed Sep 25 21:49:29 2002
 # X-Persona: <support@SoftwareDiamonds.com>
 # Return-Path: <everybody@hotmail.com>
 # Delivered-To: support@SoftwareDiamonds.com
 # Received: (qmail 24171 invoked from network); 25 Sep 2002 20:59:11 -0000
 # Received: from unknown (HELO mail.hbhosting.com) (66.28.88.4)
 #   by mail.ixpres.com with SMTP; 25 Sep 2002 20:59:11 -0000
 # Received: (qmail 75277 invoked by uid 89); 25 Sep 2002 21:10:22 -0000
 # Delivered-To: softwarediamonds.com-support@softwarediamonds.com
 # Received: (qmail 75275 invoked from network); 25 Sep 2002 21:10:22 -0000
 # Received: from unknown (HELO hotmail.com) (66.28.118.5)
 #   by 66.28.88.9 with SMTP; 25 Sep 2002 21:10:22 -0000
 # X-Mailer: SoftwareDiamonds.com/software/ Inetdia::sdmailit sdmailit() 1.0.005 May 9, 2002
 # Date: Wed, 25 Sep 2002 16:06:27 -0500
 # To: support@SoftwareDiamonds.com
 # From: everybody@hotmail.com
 # Subject: *~~* Software Diamonds sdform.pl *~~*
 # 
 # 
 # Comments:
 # Can I order a personalized stamp pad (name and address??
 # ^
 # 
 # Email:
 # everybody@hotmail.com
 # ^
 # 
 # Name:
 # Paul
 # ^
 # 
 # REMOTE_ADDR:
 # 24.165.157.193
 # ^
 # 
 # HTTP_USER_AGENT:
 # Mozilla/4.0 (compatible; MSIE 5.5; Windows 98; Win 9x 4.90)
 # ^
 # 
 # HTTP_REFERER:
 # http://stationary.merchantdiamonds.com/
 # ^
 # 
 # From ???@??? Tue Dec 31 10:19:58 2002
 # X-Persona: <support@SoftwareDiamonds.com>
 # Return-Path: <girl@hotmail.com>
 # Delivered-To: support@SoftwareDiamonds.com
 # Received: (qmail 6236 invoked from network); 31 Dec 2002 09:04:00 -0000
 # Received: from one.nospam.ixpres.com (216.240.160.191)
 #   by mail.ixpres.com with SMTP; 31 Dec 2002 09:04:00 -0000
 # Received: (qmail 18721 invoked by uid 106); 30 Dec 2002 10:03:56 -0000
 # Received: from unknown (HELO mail.hbhosting.com) (66.28.88.4)
 #   by one.nospam.ixpres.com with SMTP; 30 Dec 2002 10:03:55 -0000
 # Received: (qmail 91583 invoked by uid 89); 31 Dec 2002 09:05:52 -0000
 # Received: (qmail 91581 invoked from network); 31 Dec 2002 09:05:52 -0000
 # Received: from unknown (HELO hotmail.com) (66.28.118.5)
 #   by zeus with SMTP; 31 Dec 2002 09:05:52 -0000
 # X-Spam-Status: No, hits=2.9 required=8.0 source=66.28.88.4 from=janigeorg@hotmail.com addr=1
 # Delivered-To: softwarediamonds.com-support@softwarediamonds.com
 # X-Mailer: SoftwareDiamonds.com/software/ Inetdia::sdmailit sdmailit() 1.0.005 May 9, 2002
 # Date: Tue, 31 Dec 2002 03:20:52 -0600
 # To: support@SoftwareDiamonds.com
 # From: girl@hotmail.com
 # Subject: *~~* Software Diamonds sdform.pl *~~*
 # X-Qmail-Scanner-Message-ID: <104124263551318713@one.nospam.ixpres.com>
 # X-AntiVirus: checked by Vexira MailArmor (version: 2.0.1.6; VAE: 6.17.0.2; VDF: 6.17.0.10; host: one.nospam.ixpres.com)
 # 
 # 
 # Email:
 # girl@hotmail.com
 # ^
 # 
 # Tutorial:
 # *~~* Better Health thru Biochemistry *~~*
 # ^
 # 
 # REMOTE_ADDR:
 # 81.26.160.109
 # ^
 # 
 # HTTP_USER_AGENT:
 # Mozilla/4.0 (compatible; MSIE 5.0; Windows 98; DigExt)
 # ^
 # 
 # HTTP_REFERER:
 # http://camera.merchantdiamonds.com/
 # ^
 # 
 # '
 # 

 ##################
 # Read Eudora Mailbox
 # 

     open MAILBOX,'<',$mbx;
     @fields = <MAILBOX>;
     close MAILBOX;
 [@fields]

 # [
 #           [
 #             'X-Pickup-Date',
 #             'Wed Jul 24 20:20:19 2002',
 #             'X-Persona',
 #             '<support@SoftwareDiamonds.com>',
 #             'Return-Path',
 #             'somebody@compuserve.com',
 #             'Delivered-To',
 #             'support@SoftwareDiamonds.com',
 #             'Received',
 #             '(qmail 7321 invoked from network); 24 Jul 2002 17:26:21 -0000',
 #             'Received',
 #             'from unknown (HELO mail.hbhosting.com) (66.28.88.4)
 #   by mail.ixpres.com with SMTP; 24 Jul 2002 17:26:21 -0000',
 #             'Received',
 #             '(qmail 17747 invoked by uid 89); 24 Jul 2002 17:38:56 -0000',
 #             'Delivered-To',
 #             'softwarediamonds.com-support@softwarediamonds.com',
 #             'Received',
 #             '(qmail 17745 invoked from network); 24 Jul 2002 17:38:56 -0000',
 #             'Received',
 #             'from unknown (HELO compuserve.com) (66.28.118.5)
 #   by 66.28.88.9 with SMTP; 24 Jul 2002 17:38:56 -0000',
 #             'X-Mailer',
 #             'SoftwareDiamonds.com/software/ Inetdia::sdmailit sdmailit() 1.0.005 May 9, 2002',
 #             'Date',
 #             'Wed, 24 Jul 2002 12:30:37 -0500',
 #             'To',
 #             'support@SoftwareDiamonds.com',
 #             'From',
 #             'somebody@compuserve.com',
 #             'Subject',
 #             '*~~* Software Diamonds sdform.pl *~~*',
 #             'X-Body',
 #             'Comments:
 # i read an interesting article many years ago about the effects of drugs on spiders in National Geographic Magazine. %0Ait showed webs woven by spiders ""under the influence.""  spiders high on marijuana wove bad webs; spiders on LSD wove exceptionally geometrical webs.%0Aanyone know how i can locate the date of and issue this appeared in?%0A %0Amany thanks in advance to someone who has walked at least a mile in my shoes.
 # ^
 # 
 # Email:
 # sombody@compuserve.com
 # ^
 # 
 # REMOTE_ADDR:
 # 216.192.88.155
 # ^
 # 
 # HTTP_USER_AGENT:
 # Mozilla/4.0 (compatible; MSIE 5.0; Windows 98; DigExt)
 # ^
 # 
 # HTTP_REFERER:
 # http://www.spiderdiamonds.com/spider.htm
 # ^
 # 
 # '
 #           ],
 #           [
 #             'X-Pickup-Date',
 #             'Wed Sep 25 21:49:29 2002',
 #             'X-Persona',
 #             '<support@SoftwareDiamonds.com>',
 #             'Return-Path',
 #             '<everybody@hotmail.com>',
 #             'Delivered-To',
 #             'support@SoftwareDiamonds.com',
 #             'Received',
 #             '(qmail 24171 invoked from network); 25 Sep 2002 20:59:11 -0000',
 #             'Received',
 #             'from unknown (HELO mail.hbhosting.com) (66.28.88.4)
 #   by mail.ixpres.com with SMTP; 25 Sep 2002 20:59:11 -0000',
 #             'Received',
 #             '(qmail 75277 invoked by uid 89); 25 Sep 2002 21:10:22 -0000',
 #             'Delivered-To',
 #             'softwarediamonds.com-support@softwarediamonds.com',
 #             'Received',
 #             '(qmail 75275 invoked from network); 25 Sep 2002 21:10:22 -0000',
 #             'Received',
 #             'from unknown (HELO hotmail.com) (66.28.118.5)
 #   by 66.28.88.9 with SMTP; 25 Sep 2002 21:10:22 -0000',
 #             'X-Mailer',
 #             'SoftwareDiamonds.com/software/ Inetdia::sdmailit sdmailit() 1.0.005 May 9, 2002',
 #             'Date',
 #             'Wed, 25 Sep 2002 16:06:27 -0500',
 #             'To',
 #             'support@SoftwareDiamonds.com',
 #             'From',
 #             'everybody@hotmail.com',
 #             'Subject',
 #             '*~~* Software Diamonds sdform.pl *~~*',
 #             'X-Body',
 #             '
 # Comments:
 # Can I order a personalized stamp pad (name and address??
 # ^
 # 
 # Email:
 # everybody@hotmail.com
 # ^
 # 
 # Name:
 # Paul
 # ^
 # 
 # REMOTE_ADDR:
 # 24.165.157.193
 # ^
 # 
 # HTTP_USER_AGENT:
 # Mozilla/4.0 (compatible; MSIE 5.5; Windows 98; Win 9x 4.90)
 # ^
 # 
 # HTTP_REFERER:
 # http://stationary.merchantdiamonds.com/
 # ^
 # 
 # '
 #           ],
 #           [
 #             'X-Pickup-Date',
 #             'Tue Dec 31 10:19:58 2002',
 #             'X-Persona',
 #             '<support@SoftwareDiamonds.com>',
 #             'Return-Path',
 #             '<girl@hotmail.com>',
 #             'Delivered-To',
 #             'support@SoftwareDiamonds.com',
 #             'Received',
 #             '(qmail 6236 invoked from network); 31 Dec 2002 09:04:00 -0000',
 #             'Received',
 #             'from one.nospam.ixpres.com (216.240.160.191)
 #   by mail.ixpres.com with SMTP; 31 Dec 2002 09:04:00 -0000',
 #             'Received',
 #             '(qmail 18721 invoked by uid 106); 30 Dec 2002 10:03:56 -0000',
 #             'Received',
 #             'from unknown (HELO mail.hbhosting.com) (66.28.88.4)
 #   by one.nospam.ixpres.com with SMTP; 30 Dec 2002 10:03:55 -0000',
 #             'Received',
 #             '(qmail 91583 invoked by uid 89); 31 Dec 2002 09:05:52 -0000',
 #             'Received',
 #             '(qmail 91581 invoked from network); 31 Dec 2002 09:05:52 -0000',
 #             'Received',
 #             'from unknown (HELO hotmail.com) (66.28.118.5)
 #   by zeus with SMTP; 31 Dec 2002 09:05:52 -0000',
 #             'X-Spam-Status',
 #             'No, hits=2.9 required=8.0 source=66.28.88.4 from=janigeorg@hotmail.com addr=1',
 #             'Delivered-To',
 #             'softwarediamonds.com-support@softwarediamonds.com',
 #             'X-Mailer',
 #             'SoftwareDiamonds.com/software/ Inetdia::sdmailit sdmailit() 1.0.005 May 9, 2002',
 #             'Date',
 #             'Tue, 31 Dec 2002 03:20:52 -0600',
 #             'To',
 #             'support@SoftwareDiamonds.com',
 #             'From',
 #             'girl@hotmail.com',
 #             'Subject',
 #             '*~~* Software Diamonds sdform.pl *~~*',
 #             'X-Qmail-Scanner-Message-ID',
 #             '<104124263551318713@one.nospam.ixpres.com>',
 #             'X-AntiVirus',
 #             'checked by Vexira MailArmor (version: 2.0.1.6; VAE: 6.17.0.2; VDF: 6.17.0.10; host: one.nospam.ixpres.com)',
 #             'X-Body',
 #             '
 # Email:
 # girl@hotmail.com
 # ^
 # 
 # Tutorial:
 # *~~* Better Health thru Biochemistry *~~*
 # ^
 # 
 # REMOTE_ADDR:
 # 81.26.160.109
 # ^
 # 
 # HTTP_USER_AGENT:
 # Mozilla/4.0 (compatible; MSIE 5.0; Windows 98; DigExt)
 # ^
 # 
 # HTTP_REFERER:
 # http://camera.merchantdiamonds.com/
 # ^
 # 
 # '
 #           ]
 #         ]
 # 

 ##################
 # Object encode email fields
 # 

 my $eudora = new Tie::Eudora
 my $email = ${$eudora->encode_field($test_data[0])}

 # 'X-Pickup-Date: Wed Jul 24 20:20:19 2002
 # X-Persona: <support@SoftwareDiamonds.com>
 # Return-Path: somebody@compuserve.com
 # Delivered-To: support@SoftwareDiamonds.com
 # Received: (qmail 7321 invoked from network); 24 Jul 2002 17:26:21 -0000
 # Received: from unknown (HELO mail.hbhosting.com) (66.28.88.4)
 #   by mail.ixpres.com with SMTP; 24 Jul 2002 17:26:21 -0000
 # Received: (qmail 17747 invoked by uid 89); 24 Jul 2002 17:38:56 -0000
 # Delivered-To: softwarediamonds.com-support@softwarediamonds.com
 # Received: (qmail 17745 invoked from network); 24 Jul 2002 17:38:56 -0000
 # Received: from unknown (HELO compuserve.com) (66.28.118.5)
 #   by 66.28.88.9 with SMTP; 24 Jul 2002 17:38:56 -0000
 # X-Mailer: SoftwareDiamonds.com/software/ Inetdia::sdmailit sdmailit() 1.0.005 May 9, 2002
 # Date: Wed, 24 Jul 2002 12:30:37 -0500
 # To: support@SoftwareDiamonds.com
 # From: somebody@compuserve.com
 # Subject: *~~* Software Diamonds sdform.pl *~~*
 # 
 # Comments:
 # i read an interesting article many years ago about the effects of drugs on spiders in National Geographic Magazine. %0Ait showed webs woven by spiders ""under the influence.""  spiders high on marijuana wove bad webs; spiders on LSD wove exceptionally geometrical webs.%0Aanyone know how i can locate the date of and issue this appeared in?%0A %0Amany thanks in advance to someone who has walked at least a mile in my shoes.
 # ^
 # 
 # Email:
 # sombody@compuserve.com
 # ^
 # 
 # REMOTE_ADDR:
 # 216.192.88.155
 # ^
 # 
 # HTTP_USER_AGENT:
 # Mozilla/4.0 (compatible; MSIE 5.0; Windows 98; DigExt)
 # ^
 # 
 # HTTP_REFERER:
 # http://www.spiderdiamonds.com/spider.htm
 # ^
 # 
 # '
 # 

 ##################
 # Object decode email fields
 # 

 $eudora->decode_field(\$email)

 # [
 #           'X-Pickup-Date',
 #           'Wed Jul 24 20:20:19 2002',
 #           'X-Persona',
 #           '<support@SoftwareDiamonds.com>',
 #           'Return-Path',
 #           'somebody@compuserve.com',
 #           'Delivered-To',
 #           'support@SoftwareDiamonds.com',
 #           'Received',
 #           '(qmail 7321 invoked from network); 24 Jul 2002 17:26:21 -0000',
 #           'Received',
 #           'from unknown (HELO mail.hbhosting.com) (66.28.88.4)
 #   by mail.ixpres.com with SMTP; 24 Jul 2002 17:26:21 -0000',
 #           'Received',
 #           '(qmail 17747 invoked by uid 89); 24 Jul 2002 17:38:56 -0000',
 #           'Delivered-To',
 #           'softwarediamonds.com-support@softwarediamonds.com',
 #           'Received',
 #           '(qmail 17745 invoked from network); 24 Jul 2002 17:38:56 -0000',
 #           'Received',
 #           'from unknown (HELO compuserve.com) (66.28.118.5)
 #   by 66.28.88.9 with SMTP; 24 Jul 2002 17:38:56 -0000',
 #           'X-Mailer',
 #           'SoftwareDiamonds.com/software/ Inetdia::sdmailit sdmailit() 1.0.005 May 9, 2002',
 #           'Date',
 #           'Wed, 24 Jul 2002 12:30:37 -0500',
 #           'To',
 #           'support@SoftwareDiamonds.com',
 #           'From',
 #           'somebody@compuserve.com',
 #           'Subject',
 #           '*~~* Software Diamonds sdform.pl *~~*',
 #           'X-Body',
 #           'Comments:
 # i read an interesting article many years ago about the effects of drugs on spiders in National Geographic Magazine. %0Ait showed webs woven by spiders ""under the influence.""  spiders high on marijuana wove bad webs; spiders on LSD wove exceptionally geometrical webs.%0Aanyone know how i can locate the date of and issue this appeared in?%0A %0Amany thanks in advance to someone who has walked at least a mile in my shoes.
 # ^
 # 
 # Email:
 # sombody@compuserve.com
 # ^
 # 
 # REMOTE_ADDR:
 # 216.192.88.155
 # ^
 # 
 # HTTP_USER_AGENT:
 # Mozilla/4.0 (compatible; MSIE 5.0; Windows 98; DigExt)
 # ^
 # 
 # HTTP_REFERER:
 # http://www.spiderdiamonds.com/spider.htm
 # ^
 # 
 # '
 #         ]
 # 

 ##################
 # Subroutine encode email fields
 # 

 $email = ${encode_field($test_data[0])}

 # 'X-Pickup-Date: Wed Jul 24 20:20:19 2002
 # X-Persona: <support@SoftwareDiamonds.com>
 # Return-Path: somebody@compuserve.com
 # Delivered-To: support@SoftwareDiamonds.com
 # Received: (qmail 7321 invoked from network); 24 Jul 2002 17:26:21 -0000
 # Received: from unknown (HELO mail.hbhosting.com) (66.28.88.4)
 #   by mail.ixpres.com with SMTP; 24 Jul 2002 17:26:21 -0000
 # Received: (qmail 17747 invoked by uid 89); 24 Jul 2002 17:38:56 -0000
 # Delivered-To: softwarediamonds.com-support@softwarediamonds.com
 # Received: (qmail 17745 invoked from network); 24 Jul 2002 17:38:56 -0000
 # Received: from unknown (HELO compuserve.com) (66.28.118.5)
 #   by 66.28.88.9 with SMTP; 24 Jul 2002 17:38:56 -0000
 # X-Mailer: SoftwareDiamonds.com/software/ Inetdia::sdmailit sdmailit() 1.0.005 May 9, 2002
 # Date: Wed, 24 Jul 2002 12:30:37 -0500
 # To: support@SoftwareDiamonds.com
 # From: somebody@compuserve.com
 # Subject: *~~* Software Diamonds sdform.pl *~~*
 # 
 # Comments:
 # i read an interesting article many years ago about the effects of drugs on spiders in National Geographic Magazine. %0Ait showed webs woven by spiders ""under the influence.""  spiders high on marijuana wove bad webs; spiders on LSD wove exceptionally geometrical webs.%0Aanyone know how i can locate the date of and issue this appeared in?%0A %0Amany thanks in advance to someone who has walked at least a mile in my shoes.
 # ^
 # 
 # Email:
 # sombody@compuserve.com
 # ^
 # 
 # REMOTE_ADDR:
 # 216.192.88.155
 # ^
 # 
 # HTTP_USER_AGENT:
 # Mozilla/4.0 (compatible; MSIE 5.0; Windows 98; DigExt)
 # ^
 # 
 # HTTP_REFERER:
 # http://www.spiderdiamonds.com/spider.htm
 # ^
 # 
 # '
 # 

 ##################
 # Subroutine decode email fields
 # 

 decode_field(\$email)

 # [
 #           'X-Pickup-Date',
 #           'Wed Jul 24 20:20:19 2002',
 #           'X-Persona',
 #           '<support@SoftwareDiamonds.com>',
 #           'Return-Path',
 #           'somebody@compuserve.com',
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QUALITY ASSURANCE ^

The module t::Tie::Eudora is the Software Test Description(STD) module for the Tie::CVS program module.

To generate all the test output files, run the generated test script, run the demonstration script, execute the following in any directory:

 tmake -verbose -demo -run -test_verbose -pm=t::Tie::Eudora

Note that tmake.pl must be in the execution path $ENV{PATH} and the "t" directory on the same level as the "lib" that contains the Tie::Eudora program module. The tmake subroutine is in the Test::STDmaker|Test::STDmaker distribution file.

NOTES ^

Binding Requirements

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Author

The author, holder of the copyright and maintainer is

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Copyright

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License

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SEE ALSO ^

RFC 821, http://www.ietf.org/rfc/rfc821.txt
RFC 822, http://www.ietf.org/rfc/rfc822.txt
Tie::Layers
Test::STDmaker
Tie::Forms
Tie::Eudora
Data::Query
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