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Net::Sieve::Script::Condition(3pm)			User Contributed Perl Documentation			Net::Sieve::Script::Condition(3pm)

Net::Sieve::Script::Condition - parse and write conditions in sieve scripts SYNOPSIS
use Net::Sieve::Script::Condition; my $cond = Net::Sieve::Script::Condition->new('header'); $cond->match_type(':contains'); $cond->key_list('"[Test4]"'); $cond->header_list('"Subject"'); print $cond->write(); or my $cond = Net::Sieve::Script::Condition->new( 'anyof ( header :contains "Subject" "[Test]", header :contains "Subject" "[Test2]")' ); print $cond->write(); DESCRIPTION
Parse and write condition part of Sieve rules, see Net::Sieve::Script. Support RFC 5228, 5231 (relationnal) and regex draft CONSTRUCTOR
new Match and set accessors for each condition object in conditions tree, "test" is mandatory Internal id : id for condition, set by creation order condition : array of sub conditions parent : parent of sub condition AllConds : array of pointers for all conditions Condition parts not : 'not' or nothing test : 'header', 'address', 'exists', ... key_list : "subject" or ["To", "Cc"] header_list : "text" or ["text1", "text2"] address_part : ':all ', ':localpart ', ... match_type : ':is ', ':contains ', ... comparator : string part METHODS
equals Purpose : test conditions Return : 1 on equals conditions write Purpose : write rule conditions in text format Return : multi-line formated text AUTHOR
This program is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify it under the same terms as Perl itself. The full text of the license can be found in the LICENSE file included with this module. perl v5.10.0 2008-09-15 Net::Sieve::Script::Condition(3pm)

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