Email classes

(tsuraan) #1

Has anyone written email parsing classes similar to those found in the
Python standard libraries? Looking on rubyforge and the standard libs
doesn't turn anything up, so I figured maybe someone on this list has
something that they're planning on releasing soon. Thanks!

(Brian Le Roy) #2

ditto - i was looking for something that would parse attachments from email. it looks like the encoding library is there, but hasn't been applied to pop messages. i was about to start writing something...

brian

tsuraan wrote:

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Has anyone written email parsing classes similar to those found in the
Python standard libraries? Looking on rubyforge and the standard libs
doesn't turn anything up, so I figured maybe someone on this list has
something that they're planning on releasing soon. Thanks!

(Gennady) #3

tsuraan wrote:

Has anyone written email parsing classes similar to those found in the
Python standard libraries? Looking on rubyforge and the standard libs
doesn't turn anything up, so I figured maybe someone on this list has
something that they're planning on releasing soon. Thanks!

Have you looked at RubyMail? http://rubyforge.org/projects/rubymail/

Gennady.

(Andreas S.) #4

tsuraan wrote:

Has anyone written email parsing classes similar to those found in the
Python standard libraries? Looking on rubyforge and the standard libs
doesn't turn anything up, so I figured maybe someone on this list has
something that they're planning on releasing soon. Thanks!

  TMail

(tsuraan) #5

That looks promising. Thanks!

Strange that it doesn't show up under a search for email though. Is
it possible for the author to add the email keyword to the project
description?

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On 01/09/05, Gennady Bystritksy <gfb@tonesoft.com> wrote:

tsuraan wrote:
> Has anyone written email parsing classes similar to those found in the
> Python standard libraries? Looking on rubyforge and the standard libs
> doesn't turn anything up, so I figured maybe someone on this list has
> something that they're planning on releasing soon. Thanks!
>
Have you looked at RubyMail? http://rubyforge.org/projects/rubymail/

(Mikkel Bruun) #6

Tmail is quite good, although the docs are not really up to par...