use Debbugs::MIME qw(parse decode_rfc1522);
create_mime_message([To=>'[email protected]'],$body,[$attach1, $attach2],$include_date);
Creates a MIME encoded message with headers given by the first argument, and a message given by the second.
Optional attachments can be specified in the third arrayref argument.
Whether to include the date in the header is the final argument; it defaults to true, setting the Date header if one is not already present.
Headers are passed directly to MIME::Entity::build, the message is the first attachment.
Each of the elements of the attachment arrayref is attached as an rfc822 message if it is a scalar or an arrayref; otherwise if it is a hashref, the contents are passed as an argument to MIME::Entity::attach
decode_rfc1522('=?iso-8859-1?Q?D=F6n_Armstr=F3ng?= <[email protected]>')
Turn RFC-1522 names into the UTF-8 equivalent.
encode_rfc1522('DA~Xn ArmstrA~Xng <[email protected]>')
Encodes headers according to the RFC1522 standard by calling MIME::Words::encode_mimeword on distinct words as appropriate.