Email::LocalDelivery::Store - deliver mail via Email::Store

This module is an Email::LocalDelivery wrapper for Email::Store, which is a "framework for database-backed email storage." It allows you to easily swap in database email storage instead of Mbox or Maildir. Just register the "Store" FolderType, like t...

BDWELLE/Email-LocalDelivery-Store-0.01 - 15 Oct 2004 01:30:55 GMT - Search in distribution

Acme::OneHundredNotOut - A raise of the bat, a tip of the hat

SIMON/Acme-OneHundredNotOut-100 - 24 Jun 2004 14:21:59 GMT - Search in distribution

Bundle::Email - (DEPRECATED) you want Task::Email::PEP::NoStore

Email:: distributions are intended to be small and tight, with a specific purpose, and easily installed and loaded only as the bits are needed. Which means that there's a whole bunch of them, all seperate. Bundle::Email installs pretty much all of th...

RJBS/Bundle-Email-0.044 - 16 Jan 2009 15:59:34 GMT - Search in distribution

Task::Email::PEP::All - every Perl Email Project distribution, for testing

This is a Task-style bundle of the latest version of every PEP-maintaned module, as of the time of bundle-construction....

RJBS/Task-Email-PEP-All-8100.021 - 10 Apr 2008 02:17:20 GMT - Search in distribution

Task::Email::PEP::NoStore - every Perl Email Project distribution... except Email::Store

This is a Task-style bundle of the latest version of every PEP-maintaned module, as of the time of bundle-construction. It does not include Email::Store or its plugins, as those drastically increase the prerequisite chain....

RJBS/Task-Email-PEP-NoStore-8100.021 - 10 Apr 2008 02:17:32 GMT - Search in distribution

Email::LocalDelivery::Ezmlm - deliver mail into ezmlm archives

This module delivers RFC822 messages into ezmlm-style archive folders. This module was created to allow easy interoperability between Siesta and colobus. Colobus is an nntp server which uses ezmlm archives as its message store....

RCLAMP/Email-LocalDelivery-Ezmlm-0.10 - 29 Aug 2003 12:44:18 GMT - Search in distribution

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