Mail::Abuse::Reader::POP3 - Reads a Mail::Abuse::Report out of a POP3 account
use Mail::Abuse::Report; use Mail::Abuse::Reader::POP3; my $r = new Mail::Abuse::Reader::POP3; my $report = new Mail::Abuse::Report (reader => $r);
This class reads in each message in a POP3 mailbox into the text of a
A number of configuration keys are used for establishing the operational parameters. These config keys are described below:
- pop3 server
Must be set to the name or address of the POP3 server where reports are to be fetched from.
- pop3 username
The username used for the POP3 session.
- pop3 password
The corresponding password.
- pop3 delete
Set to a true value to cause messages to be deleted after reading them.
- pop3 filter
A regular expression that, if matches, discards the current message. This is useful to avoid processing bounces.
- pop3 debug
If set to a true value, debug messages will be sent through
The following methods are implemented within this class.
Populates the text of the given
->textmethod. Must return true if succesful or false otherwise.
In order to effectively delete any messages, this method terminates gracefully the POP3 session using the
None by default.
This code and all accompanying software comes with NO WARRANTY. You use it at your own risk.
This code and all accompanying software can be used freely under the same terms as Perl itself.
Luis E. Muñoz <email@example.com>
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