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

       Mail::Util - mail utility functions

	  is a Exporter

	 use Mail::Util qw( ... );

       This package provides several mail related utility functions. Any function required must
       by explicitly listed on the use line to be exported into the calling package.

	   Return a guess at the current users mail address. The user can force the return value
	   by setting the MAILADDRESS environment variable.  [2.10] You may set the ADDRESS via
	   the parameter.

	   WARNING: When not supplied via the environment variable, <mailaddress> looks at
	   various configuration files and other environmental data. Although this seems to be
	   smart behavior, this is not predictable enough (IMHO) to be used.  Please set the
	   MAILADDRESS explicitly, and do not trust on the "automatic detection", even when that
	   produces a correct address (on the moment)


	    # in your main script
	    $ENV{MAILADDRESS} = 'me@example.com';

	    # everywhere else
	    use Mail::Util 'mailaddress';
	    print mailaddress;

	    # since v2.10
	    mailaddress "me@example.com";

	   Attempt to determine the current uers mail domain string via the following methods

	   o   Look for the MAILDOMAIN enviroment variable, which can be set from outside the
	       program.  This is by far the best way to configure the domain.

	   o   Look for a sendmail.cf file and extract DH parameter

	   o   Look for a smail config file and usr the first host defined in hostname(s)

	   o   Try an SMTP connect (if Net::SMTP exists) first to mailhost then localhost

	   o   Use value from Net::Domain::domainname (if Net::Domain exists)

	   WARNING: On modern machines, there is only one good way to provide information to this
	   method: the first; always explicitly configure the MAILDOMAIN.


	    # in your main script
	    $ENV{MAILDOMAIN} = 'example.com';

	    # everywhere else
	    use Mail::Util 'maildomain';
	    print maildomain;

	   Read FILE, a binmail mailbox file, and return a list of  references.  Each reference
	   is a reference to an array containg one message.

	   WARNING: This method does not quote lines which accidentally also start with the
	   message separator "From", so this implementation can be considered broken.  See

       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::Util(3)
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