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[Solved] Mail::Sender Doubt

I am using the below code to send an email

sub BEGIN {
        unshift (@INC,'/opt/dev/common/mds/perlLib');

use Mail::Sender;

$sender = new Mail::Sender
{smtp => 'xxx.xxx.x.xx', from => 'abc@xyz.xom'};
$sender->MailFile({to => 'abc@xyz.xom',
subject => 'Here is the file',
msg => "I'm sending you the list you wanted."});


But, it is not sending the mail at all. What is wrong in my code?

---------- Post updated at 05:42 PM ---------- Previous update was at 05:28 PM ----------

Found it myself..

Should have used MailMsg instead if MailFile. Smilie Thanks!
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This module implements a GNU grep-based mbox folder reader. It can only be used when GNU grep is installed on the system. Users must not instantiate this class directly--use Mail::Mbox::MessageParser instead. The base MessageParser module will automatically manage the use of grep and non-grep implementations. METHODS AND FUNCTIONS The following methods and functions are specific to the Mail::Mbox::MessageParser::Grep package. For additional inherited ones, see the Mail::Mbox::MessageParser documentation. $ref = new( { 'file_name' => <mailbox file name>, 'file_handle' => <mailbox file handle> }); <file_name> - The full filename of the mailbox <file_handle> - An opened file handle for the mailbox The constructor for the class takes two parameters. The file_name parameter is the filename of the mailbox. The file_handle argument is the opened file handle to the mailbox. Returns a reference to a Mail::Mbox::MessageParser object, or a string describing the error. BUGS
No known bugs. Contact david@coppit.org for bug reports and suggestions. AUTHOR
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This software is distributed under the terms of the GPL. See the file "LICENSE" for more information. HISTORY
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