my @addrs = Email::Address->parse( q[me@local, Tony <me@local>, "Tony" <me@local>] );
This method returns a list of Email::Address objects it finds in the input string.
There are no comment nesting limitations on this method, though all comments will be ignored.
my $address = Email::Address->new(undef, tony@local); my $address = Email::Address->new(tony kay, tony@local); my $address = Email::Address->new(undef, tony@local, (tony));
Constructs and returns a new Email::AddressParser object. Takes four positional arguments: phrase, email, and comment.
phrase my $phrase = $address->phrase; $address->phrase( "Me oh my" );
Accessor for the phrase portion of an address.
address my $addr = $address->address; $addr->address( me@PROTECTED.com ); Accessor for the address portion of an address. comment my $comment = $address->comment; $address->comment( "(Work address)" );
Accessor for the comment portion of an address. Currently a no-op.
format my $printable = $address->format;
Returns a properly formatted RFC 2822 address representing the object.
Parser by Mark Crispin. Perl integration by Anthony Kay <firstname.lastname@example.org>. Most documentation shamelessly borrowed from Email::Address.
All parsing code is Copyright (c) 1988-2006 University of Washington, under the Apache License 2.0. The Perl integration is licesened under the same terms as Perl itself.
Hey! <B>The above document had some coding errors, which are explained below:B>
Around line 153: You forgot a =back before =head2
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