Mail::Message::TransferEnc::EightBit - encode/decode 8bit message bodies
Mail::Message::TransferEnc::EightBit is a Mail::Message::TransferEnc is a Mail::Reporter
my Mail::Message $msg = ...; my $decoded = $msg->decoded; my $encoded = $msg->encode(transfer => '8bit');
Encode or decode message bodies for 8bit transfer encoding. This is only very little encoding. According to the specs:
RFC-2045 Section 2.8 defines legal `8bit' data:
"8bit data" refers to data that is all represented as relatively short lines with 998 octets or less between CRLF line separation sequences [RFC-821]), but octets with decimal values greater than 127 may be used. As with "7bit data" CR and LF octets only occur as part of CRLF line separation sequences and no NULs are allowed.
As you can safely conclude: decoding of these bodies is no work at all.
Compiling the required transfer encoding resulted in errors, which means that the decoder can not be used.
A decoder for the specified type of transfer encoding is not implemented.
Fatal error: the specific package (or one of its superclasses) does not implement this method where it should. This message means that some other related classes do implement this method however the class at hand does not. Probably you should investigate this and probably inform the author of the package.
This module is part of Mail-Message distribution version 3.000, built on February 02, 2017.
Browseable manuals, papers, and other released material van be found at Website: http://perl.overmeer.net/mailbox/
The central modules (in separate distributions) in the MailBox suite are: "Mail::Message", "Mail::Box", "Mail::Box::IMAP4", "Mail::Box::POP3", "Mail::Box::Parser::C", "Mail::Box::Dbx" (unpublished), "Mail::Transport", "Object::Realize::Later", and "User::Identity".
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