How to receive Attachments by using a perl script...?

hi all
  I am new to this forum..but i have heard that it is great..anyway..
my question is simple.
I want to download how my mail along with the ATTACHMENTS..
please note that i am already able to download my mail..only ATTACHMENTS are not being downloaded..
I am using Perl on WinNT and the module that i am using is Mail::Pop3Client..
Please help soon
Thanx all in advance..
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khacharnAuthor Commented:
Please help ASAP
You might take a look at

as a starting point
Or you may parse the messages yourself (but why reinvent the wheel).

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khacharnAuthor Commented:
Well mjswart..
maybe you could be more will help me more..
thanx in advance
The MIME::Tools documentation can help more than I could here.

The thing about attachments is that theyre included at the end of a regular message (that you can get with Mail::Pop3Clien::Retrieve)

the MIME::Tools module attempts to help you out.

Good luck
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