Package: libemail-mime-perl
Version: 1.946-1
Severity: minor

I am a bit confused reading the man of both Email::Simple and Email::MIME, 
since they're
similar (looks like they were planned to be implemented as exchangeable) but not

Particularly some references seem to refer from one to the other:
       Achtung!  Beware this method!  In Email::MIME, it means the same as 
"header_str", but on an Email::Simple object, it means
       "header_raw".  Unless you always know what kind of object you have, you 
could get one of two significantly different behaviors.

       Try to use either "header_str" or "header_raw" as appropriate.

         my @pairs = $email->header_str_pairs;

       This method behaves like "header_raw_pairs", returning a list of field 
name/value pairs, but the values have been decoded to
       character strings, when possible.

But neither header_raw nor header_raw_pairs is described on the manpage.

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Versions of packages libemail-mime-perl depends on:
ii  libemail-address-xs-perl        1.01-1
ii  libemail-messageid-perl         1.406-1
ii  libemail-mime-contenttype-perl  1.022-1
ii  libemail-mime-encodings-perl    1.315-1
ii  libemail-simple-perl            2.214-1
ii  libmime-types-perl              2.14-1
ii  libmodule-runtime-perl          0.015-1
ii  perl                            5.26.2-3

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