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Matts (1087)

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I work for MessageLabs [] in Toronto, ON, Canada. I write spam filters, MTA software, high performance network software, string matching algorithms, and other cool stuff mostly in Perl and C.

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Friday February 21, 2003
07:44 AM

Quick Poll: Mail Sending Modules

[ #10722 ]

What's your favourite mail sending module (and if you feel like explaining, say why) ?

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  • Hmm. Sounds familiar []. =)

    MIME::Lite for me, although I most of my code has Mail::Sendmail. The latter's quick'n'easy. The former is nicely flexible without being complicated.
      ---ict / Spoon
  • MIME::Lite - provides the nutrition that I need without the extra calories
  • Hear, hear to Odud.

    I use it because I need to send a lot of attachments.


    -- tex

  • Why? Because I inherited some code from a former co-worker who used MIME::Lite heavily. Does everything I need so saw no need to use anything else.
  • I like Mail::Send from Mail::Tools [] because I don't have any trouble remembering the package name, its interface is really clear, and its use of Mail::Mailer makes it easy to send the mail with sendmail, qmail or Net::SMTP.
  • I use Mail::Sender. Probably, because it showed up on top of a query once; plus, it sends emails.
  • Mail::Sender because I was looking for the easiest way to make a command line utility to send email with attachments. The only caveat is you need to connect to an SMTP server and can't use sendmail.
  • When I needed her, she was there for me and she's never let me down.