ANNOUNCE Mail::Folder v0.07 
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 ANNOUNCE Mail::Folder v0.07

The newest version (0.07) of the Mail::Folder module has been posted to
CPAN under my author id (KJOHNSON) and name (Kevin_Johnson).

... perl's response to the Law of Software Envelopment ...

Mail::Folder provides a perl module interface to email folders that is
independent from the physical folders.  The actual work on folders is
done with folder interface modules lying 'beneath' the Mail::Folder
interface.

The module is still in alpha release.  Think twice about using it to
modify folders you consider important (at the very least make backup
copies :-).  That being said, I'll mention I use it as the sole
interface to my email at home.

The method interface is currently in an evaluation phase.  Before it
goes to beta, I expect to make method interface changes that won't be
backwards compatible.

The current version was developed and tested against 5.004_04 or
newer.  Older versions probably won't work.

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NOTE: The next release will probably have several incompatible     :NOTE
NOTE: interface changes.                                           :NOTE
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Refer to the provided README file for additional information,
especially regarding package dependencies.

I am keenly interested in feedback from folks doing interesting stuff
with the package.



All rights reserved.  This program is free software; you can
redistribute it and/or modify it under the same terms as Perl itself.

--
thx,



Wed, 27 Sep 2000 03:00:00 GMT  
 
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