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How to find new mails in Inbox ????

How to find new mails in Inbox ????

How to find new mails in Inbox ????

 I am trying to read the new mails from an Inbox by using the IMAPCLIENT. Is there any function to find out the new mails? ?
Also, can I retrieve the Message Header and Message Body using IMAPCLIENT in the same way as it is retrieved using POP3CLIENT?

Thanks for your help in Advance.


RE: How to find new mails in Inbox ????

Did you check CPAN to see if there is a package to do this?
It sounds like the sort of thing you would find there.

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RE: How to find new mails in Inbox ????

 I'm trying to find things in CPAN documentation.
 Is there any function in POP3CLIENT to find new mails alone??


RE: How to find new mails in Inbox ????

I had found the solution

RE: How to find new mails in Inbox ????

Hi all,
 I am able to get the new mails but I couldn't parse the attachments separately. Also the message format is different for forwarded mails. Is there any function or means to parse the attachments and also to retrieve the message alone from the Mail Body in forwarded mails.

Thanks for the help in advance.


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