This is RubyMail, a lightweight mail library containing various utility classes and modules that allow Ruby scripts to parse, modify, and generate MIME mail messages.
Ruby 2.0 or newer is supported.
gem install rmail
This package has a complete unit test suite. To run it, just run
the top-level directory. When submitting patches, please make sure all the
tests pass with your changes applied.
If you found a bug, or even if you think you did but is not completely sure, open an issue on the issue tracker.
Copyright (C) 2001, 2002, 2003, 2004 Matt Armstrong. Copyright (C) 2015 Antonio Terceiro. All rights reserved.
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