On Fri, Jul 05, 2013 at 06:23:58PM +0530, Ramkumar Ramachandra wrote:
> Thanks.  On a related note, how do I find out about all these things?  I tried
>   $ perldoc Net::SMTP::SSL
> but it was completely useless.  The only reason I got this far is
> because you literally told me what to do.  Do I have to resort to
> reading the sources?  If so, how do I bring up the relevant functions
> quickly? (I'm looking for something like the elisp M-x find-function).

Since Net::SMTP::SSL inherits from IO::Socket::SSL, you can do "perldoc
IO::Socket::SSL", which is significantly more helpful.  If you're
looking for the source of a module, use "perldoc -lm Net::SMTP::SSL";
that will print the .pm file for the module.

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