PERL IMAP client module

Etienne Goyer etienne.goyer at
Wed Feb 4 09:27:15 EST 2004

In the same vein, I have an IMAP::MUPDATE module I wrote.  The code is
not exactly pretty , but it work.  I also have a modified Net::Sieve
that work with STARTTLS and proxy auth, and a Net::FUD module I wrote
from scratch.  For those interested, I can share them.

On Wed, Feb 04, 2004 at 03:06:32PM +1100, Rob Mueller wrote:
> A while ago I wrote an IMAP client interface in PERL for a project I was
> working on. At the time I looked at Net::IMAP, Mail::IMAPClient and
> Mail::Cclient, but they all had problems that made them annoying in some way
> (broken literals in envelopes, non-structured bodystructure responses, etc).
> Most of those modules have now improved to deal with the issues I had at the
> time, so this module is now a bit redundant.
> Anyway, the result of my work was Mail::IMAPTalk (yes, silly name), which
> basically did everything I wanted. I'm not sure if other people will find it
> useful, but I decided it was about time I released it to CPAN, so feel free
> to take a look and compare it to the other modules to see if it fits your
> needs.
> Rob

Etienne Goyer                    Linux Québec Technologies Inc.       etienne.goyer at

Kernel Preemption is a bad idea. Who are the users to think their 
trivial tasks are more important than the kernel's ? 

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