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CentOS 7.0 - man page for mail::mailer (centos section 3)

Mail::Mailer(3) 	       User Contributed Perl Documentation		  Mail::Mailer(3)

       Mail::Mailer - Simple interface to electronic mailing mechanisms

	  is a IO::Handle

	 use Mail::Mailer;
	 use Mail::Mailer qw(mail);    # specifies default mailer

	 $mailer = Mail::Mailer->new;
	 $mailer = Mail::Mailer->new($type, @args);

	 print $mailer $body;
	     or die "couldn't send whole message: $!\n";

       Sends mail using any of the built-in methods.  As TYPE argument to new(), you can specify
       any of

	   Use the "sendmail" program to deliver the mail.

	   Use the "smtp" protocol via Net::SMTP to deliver the mail. The server to use can be
	   specified in @args with

	    $mailer = Mail::Mailer->new('smtp', Server => $server);

	   The smtp mailer does not handle "Cc" and "Bcc" lines, neither their "Resent-*"
	   fellows. The "Debug" options enables debugging output from "Net::SMTP".

	   You may also use the "Auth => [ $user, $password ]" option for SASL authentication. To
	   make this work, you have to install the Authen::SASL distribution yourself: it is not
	   automatically installed.

	   Use the smtp over ssl protocol via Net::SMTP::SSL to deliver the mail.  Usage is
	   identical to "smtp". You have to install Authen::SASL as well.

	    $mailer = Mail::Mailer->new('smtps', Server => $server);

	   Use qmail's qmail-inject program to deliver the mail.

	   Used for debugging, this displays the data to the file named in
	   $Mail::Mailer::testfile::config{outfile} which defaults to a file named
	   "mailer.testfile".  No mail is ever sent.

       "Mail::Mailer" will search for executables in the above order. The default mailer will be
       the first one found.

       Mail::Mailer->new(TYPE, ARGS)
	   The TYPE is one of the back-end sender implementations, as described in the
	   DESCRIPTION chapter of this manual page.  The ARGS are passed to that back-end.

	   The HASH consists of key and value pairs, the key being the name of the header field
	   (eg, "To"), and the value being the corresponding contents of the header field.  The
	   value can either be a scalar (eg, "gnat@frii.com") or a reference to an array of
	   scalars ("eg, ['gnat@frii.com', 'Tim.Bunce@ig.co.uk']").

	   Augments/override the build in choice for binary used to send out our mail messages.



	   Example: assume you want you use private sendmail binary instead of mailx, one could
	   set "PERL_MAILERS" to:


	   On systems which may include ":" in file names, use "|" as separator between type-


       Mail::Mailer does not help with folding, and does not protect against various web-script
       hacker attacks, for instance where a new-line is inserted in the content of the field.

       This module is part of the MailTools distribution, http://perl.overmeer.net/mailtools/.

       The MailTools bundle was developed by Graham Barr.  Later, Mark Overmeer took over
       maintenance without commitment to further development.

       Mail::Cap by Gisle Aas <aas@oslonett.no>.  Mail::Field::AddrList by Peter Orbaek
       <poe@cit.dk>.  Mail::Mailer and Mail::Send by Tim Bunce <Tim.Bunce@ig.co.uk>.  For other
       contributors see ChangeLog.

       Copyrights 1995-2000 Graham Barr <gbarr@pobox.com> and 2001-2007 Mark Overmeer

       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

perl v5.16.3				    2012-12-21				  Mail::Mailer(3)

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