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1 # random thoughts about what to do next.
2 # suggestions welcome
4 - CLEANUP THE MESS!
6 - Also MIME-encode headers if they contain accented characters
7 Make it configurable?
9 - Document AUTH
11 - Also accept hashrefs in place of hashes
13 - Update web site
14 . check with no wanted AUTH method specified
16 - Also accept MIME::Lite objects? YES! It should be easy, except maybe if mail was built with filehandles?
18 . Is use vars in sub OK ? And with mod_perl?
20 . option for stricter email address checker
22 . problems on Win32 with Perl 5.8.0 and CygWin? (see emails)
25 - Check on older Perl
27 - cleanup and widely test SMTP AUTH support
29 - Check with mod_perl
31 - During Makefile.PL, try to find a local SMTP server and the user's e-mail
32 address, and offer to pre-configure these as defaults in Sendmail.pm. And
33 let the user enter defaults to override automatic detection.
35 - Document $address_rx: which addresses it finds OK, and which not.
37 - Add example scripts for CGI forms
40 - Create sourceforge site and mailing list
42 - Does the test say OK if no mail could be sent? check and fix
45 Have make dist generate README and html ?
47 Add install.ppm for PPM installs?
49 Use 8BITMIME if available from server?
51 Encode only if accented chars really present?
53 Rename to Mail::Simple?
56 This is not on my todo list anymore, because it looks like nobody is using Perl on Amiga:
58 - Setup Perl on an Amiga and see if it runs. (it should)
59 (but if someone tries it, I would appreciate knowing about it)