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Subject: Support for sendmail -t like behavior in Mail::Mailer
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It would be really nice if Mail::Mailer could support sendmail -t like behavior. That is, where Mail::Mailer would parse the actual message being sent through it to figure out the To and/or From addresses (or whatever else the delivery mechanism being used requires.) This would make it much easier for those of us sending messages built from templates which include the subject, as we wouldn't have to turn around and extract the headers ourselves.
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Mail::Send will not be developed any further: the whole MailTools suite is very outdated. Take a look at Mail::Transport, part of Mail::Box.


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