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Thinking about Building a Personal Mail Archive Management Tool in Perl

Dave Aiello wrote, "In my spare time today, I contributed a writeup to PerlMonks called Managing a Personal Email Archive. I ask the Perl developers that congregate there to provide some advice on ways I can better manage my email archive. Messages in the archive go all the way back to 1996."

"There are a couple of really good ideas posted in the comment thread-- something I've come to expect when I post questions on the PerlMonks site. Check it out, if you are interested."

"One of these days, I'll have to actually count the messages that I've saved over the years. How much spam must I have gotten? Hmm...."

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