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Net::IMAP::Server::MesUser(Contributed Perl DocumNet::IMAP::Server::Message(3)

NAME
       Net::IMAP::Server::Message - Represents a message stored	in a user's
       mailbox

METHODS
   new STR
       Creates a new message, from an RFC2822 string.

   mailbox [MAILBOX]
       Gets or sets the	Net::IMAP::Server::Mailbox that	this message is	in.

   sequence [INTEGER]
       Gets or sets the	sequence number	of this	message	in its mailbox.	 Note,
       however,	that due to the	semi-transactional nature of IMAP, different
       connections may see a message as	having different sequence numbers!
       The sequence number stored on the message is the	sequence number	that a
       new connection would see; to find out what a connection believes	the
       sequence	number of a message to be, use "sequence" in
       Net::IMAP::Server::Connection.

   uid [INTEGER]
       Gets or sets the	UID of the message.  This, paired with the name	and
       UIDVALIDITY of its mailbox, is a	unique designator of the message.

   internaldate	[STRING	or DATETIME]
       Gets or sets the	string representing when the message was received by
       the server.  According to RFC specification, this must be formatted as
       "01-Jan-2008 15:42:00 -0500" if it is a "STRING".

   epoch_day_utc
       Returns the epoch time of the "internaldate", ignoring times and	time
       zones.  This is almost certainly	only useful for	"SEARCH	BEFORE"	and
       friends.

   date
       Returns the Date	header of the message, as a DateTime object.  Returns
       undef if	the date cannot	be parsed.

   date_day_utc
       Similar to "epoch_day_utc", but for the "date" header.  That is,	it
       returns the Date	header,	having stripped	off the	timezone and time.
       Returns undef if	the Date header	cannot be parsed.

   expunge
       Marks the message as expunged --	this is	called by "expunge" in
       Net::IMAP::Server::Mailbox, which deals with actually removing the
       message from the	appropriate places..

   expunged
       Returns true if the message has been marked as "to be expunged" by
       "expunge".

   copy_allowed	MAILBOX
       Returns true if copying this message to the given
       Net::IMAP::Server::Mailbox "MAILBOX" is allowed.	 By default, always
       returns true;

   copy	MAILBOX
       Copies the message into the given Net::IMAP::Server::Mailbox "MAILBOX",
       and returns the new message.

   session_flags
       Returns the names of flags that are stored per-session.	Defaults to
       only the	"\Recent" flag.

   set_flag FLAG [, SILENT]
       Sets the	given flag on the message; if a	true value is passed for
       "SILENT", mailboxes will	not send notification of the change to the
       client.	Returns	the old	value.

   clear_flag FLAG [, SILENT]
       Clears the given	flag on	the message; if	a true value is	passed for
       "SILENT", mailboxes will	not send notification of the change to the
       client.	Returns	the old	value.

   has_flag FLAG
       Returns true if the message has the given flag set.

   flags
       Returns the list	of flags which are set on the message.

   store STRING	FLAGS
       Sets the	given "FLAGS", which should be an array	reference, on the
       message.	 "STRING" should be "+FLAGS", "-FLAGS",	or "FLAGS"; the	first
       sets the	set of flags, the second unsets	the set	of flags, and the
       third changes the message's flags to exactly match the given set.

   mime_header
       Returns the Email::Simple::Header of the	message.

   mime	[OBJ]
       Gets or sets the	Email::MIME object for this message.

   fetch SPEC
       Takes "SPEC", which is either a string or an array reference of
       strings,	and returns a list of strings or data structures which match
       the specification.  The specification is	defined	by section 7.4.2 of
       RFC 3501.

   mime_select SECTIONS	[, START [, END	[, EXTRA]]]
       This method is generally	only used internally by	"fetch".

       "SECTIONS" should be an array reference of indexes into MIME parts, or
       pulled from the set of strings: "HEADER", "MIME", "FIELDS", "TEXT".
       "START" and "END" determine which bytes of the resulting	content	to
       send.  "EXTRA" is used only for "FIELDS", and supplies the names	of
       headers to fetch.

   mime_bodystructure [LONG [, MIME]]
       Returns a string	describing the MIME body structure of the message.

   address_envelope HEADER
       Returns a data structure	defining the email addresses listed in the
       given "HEADER".	This is	used internally	by "mime_envelope".

   mime_envelope
       Returns a data structure	defining properties of significant header
       fields.	This is	used internally	by "fetch".

   prep_for_destroy
       Called by the mailbox before the	message	is torn	down; breaks down any
       circular	references.

perl v5.32.0			  2016-05-01	 Net::IMAP::Server::Message(3)

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