Ok, this is a pretty big jump for me. I'm in the process of
introducing myself to perl, with no previous experience in scripting,
other than hacking what I find on google. There are a couple things I
"think" I need to do here, of which some are outside of the scope of
1. Install the mail.pm module mentioned. CPAN can't find it so I'll go
figure out to install it manually.
2. Figure out if I need to use the Perl API to work with mail.pm.
3. Try and figure out how to use mail.pm
Of those three things, number 3 is clearly going to be my sticking
point due to my complete lack of perl knowledge. Is there anyone out
there using this module that can provide some kind of example script?
Here is what I have so far. It's clear from the results that having
the subject as the title would be helpful :)
>> On Jan 1, 2010, at 9:16 PM, Peter Karman wrote:
>>> Troy Wical wrote on 12/31/09 4:59 AM:
>>> Hello all,
>>> I am currently working on a project where Swish will index email
>>> archives. This appears to be quite a common practice these days,
>>> I am running into what I believe are some rather simple issues.
>>> I am working with are plain text email archives that are in the
>>> maildir format.
>>> My goal at this point is to use the subject line in the email, as
>>> title in the search results.
>> You might look at SWISH::Prog::Aggregator::Mail which will crawl a
>> maildir (or
>> mbox iirc) tree and generate the xml for you.
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