Mail::Procmail - Procmail-like facility for creating easy mail filters. River stage one • 1 direct dependent • 1 total dependent

procmail is a great mail filter program, but it has weird recipe format. It's pattern matching capabilities are basic and often insufficient. I wanted something flexible whereby I could filter my mail using the power of Perl. I've been considering to...

JV/Mail-Procmail-1.08 - 19 Sep 2004 10:39:03 GMT

Mail::Procmailrc - An interface to Procmail recipe files River stage one • 1 direct dependent • 1 total dependent

Mail::Procmailrc can parse procmail recipe files and store the contents in an object which can be later manipulated and saved (see "CAVEATS" and "BUGS/TODO" for limitations and special conditions). You may also start with a fresh, empty Mail::Procmai...

SCOTTW/Mail-Procmailrc-1.09 - 10 Jun 2005 22:44:15 GMT

Mail::Stats - Perl module for getting quick statistics on procmail generated mailbox files. River stage zero No dependents

This is the beginning of a quick and dirty mbox statistics program. It will be very reworked over the next many moons. Hopefully it is mildly useful in its current format. More documentation would be here, but I am getting on a plane to another count...

SDAGUE/MailStats-0.02 - 05 Aug 2000 23:32:50 GMT

Mail::Miner - Store and retrieve Useful Information from mail River stage one • 1 direct dependent • 1 total dependent

I'm very forgetful, and I tend to rely on my email as a surrogate memory. This is great until you get over 200M of email and can't actually find anything any more. You tend to remember things like "the phone number I need is in a message from Frank a...

SIMON/Mail-Miner-2.7 - 23 Jan 2004 17:00:08 GMT

Mail::Query - Write Mail::Audit criteria in SQL-like syntax River stage one • 1 direct dependent • 1 total dependent

The Mail::Query module adds a criteria-specifying language to the Mail::Audit class. Rather than inventing a new (probably ill-considered) language and making you learn it, Mail::Query uses SQL (Structured Query Language) as its starting point, becau...

KWILLIAMS/Mail-Query-0.01 - 22 Oct 2001 23:57:39 GMT

Mail::Audit - library for creating easy mail filters River stage two • 10 direct dependents • 11 total dependents

procmail is nasty. It has a tortuous and complicated recipe format, and I don't like it. I wanted something flexible whereby I could filter my mail using Perl tests. Mail::Audit was inspired by Tom Christiansen's audit_mail and deliverlib programs. I...

RJBS/Mail-Audit-2.228 - 29 Sep 2013 01:21:47 GMT

Mail::SimpleList - module for managing simple, temporary, easy mailing lists River stage one • 2 direct dependents • 2 total dependents

Sometimes, you just need a really simple mailing list to last for a few days. You want it to be easy to create and easy to use, and you want it to be easy to unsubscribe. It's not worth setting up a complex system with one of the existing mailing lis...

CHROMATIC/Mail-SimpleList-0.94 - 06 Jul 2016 02:18:04 GMT

Mail::ListDetector - Perl extension for detecting mailing list messages River stage two • 5 direct dependents • 17 total dependents

This module analyzes mail objects in any of the classes handled by Email::Abstract. It returns a Mail::ListDetector::List object representing the mailing list. The RFC2369 mailing list detector is also capable of matching some Mailman and Ezmlm messa...

MSTEVENS/Mail-ListDetector-1.04 - 19 Feb 2011 20:22:07 GMT

Mail::Toaster::Setup - methods to configure and build all the components of a modern email server. River stage one • 1 direct dependent • 1 total dependent

The meat and potatoes of toaster_setup.pl. This is where the majority of the work gets done. Big chunks of the code and logic for getting all the various applications and scripts installed and configured resides in here....

MSIMERSON/Mail-Toaster-5.54 - 16 Feb 2017 19:40:58 GMT

Mail::Action::Request - base for building modules that represent incoming mail River stage one • 4 direct dependents • 4 total dependents

CHROMATIC/Mail-Action-0.46 - 31 Jan 2009 01:01:51 GMT

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