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All the Perl that's Practical to Extract and Report

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  • I never had a problem with MIME::Lite. Should I go with Mail::Sender instead?
    • You should be using, imho, a mail object class for constructing your message and another tool for sending it. I'd suggest that you use, for the first, either Email::Simple, Email::MIME, or Mail::Message. For the later, Email::Send, at least until it is replaced by Email::Sender, which has long been languishing in the wings.
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      rjbs
    • Or if you want something that dumbs down the whole process of doing things the "right" way (rjbs tells me how to do things the right way, and I dumb them down) you could use something like Email::Stuff [cpan.org].
  • MIME::Lite has always worked well for me, and I like the convenience of having build/send packaged together. (Hey, at least they are separate methods).

    Now that it has been improved, I'll have less reason to quit using it. :)

    Thanks for the update.