* p...@cpan.org [2016-08-18T17:35:10] > On Thursday 18 August 2016 23:21:28 Ricardo Signes wrote: > > As you say, 1 and 2 are dealt with. For 3 or 4, you want to have an > > object in the header slot, rather than a string. Once you've done > > that, you use its methods. If the object's To field stores a > > string, you "upgrade" it with something like: > > > > $email->header(To => mailbox_headers_from( $email->header('To') ); > > > > ...and it seems like one would quickly amass some sort of routine > > like: > > > > upgrade_headers($email); > > > > ...that would upgrade all the headers it knows about. > > Can you describe (or write code) how you imagine that I get header > "Original-Cc" in form of addresses in list of named groups from email > which is stored in string scalar? I'm not sure that I understand how you > mean it...
Here's a verbose form: # Get an email. my $email = get_some_email_mime(); # Get the header -- the (unfolded) raw bytes. my $cc_hdr = $email->header_raw('Original-CC'); # parse it into an object my $cc_obj = parse_mailboxes( $cc_obj ); # put that object into the header: $email->header_set('Original-CC', $cc_obj); # get the raw mime-encoded bytes again: my $cc_hdr2 = $email->header_raw('Original-CC'); # get a list of sub-object from the object's imaginary interface: my @boxes = $email->header_obj('Original-CC')->boxes; -- rjbs
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