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Mail::Sendmail module; Perl 5.8.0; WinXP (Socket problem?)


I'm trying to use the Mail::Sendmail Perl module with Perl 5.8.0-2 on
Windows XP. The Cygwin DLL version is 1.3.22.

make test produces:

/usr/bin/perl.exe "-Iblib/lib" "-Iblib/arch"
Test Mail::Sendmail 0.79

Trying to send a message to the author (and/or whoever if you edited

(The test is designed so it can be run by Test::Harness from
Edit it to send the mail to yourself for more concrete feedback. If you
do this, you also need to specify a different mail server, and possibly
a different From: address.)

Current recipient(s): 'Sendmail Test <>'

ok 1
Server set to:
Use of uninitialized value in chomp at blib/lib/Mail/ line 158, <S> chunk 1.
Use of uninitialized value in pattern match (m//) at blib/lib/Mail/ line 160, <S> chunk 1.
Use of uninitialized value in concatenation (.) or string at blib/lib/Mail/ line 333, <S> chunk 1.
HELO error ()
!Error sending mail:
HELO error ()

not ok 2

The script hangs for a long time (at "Sending...") before
printing the errors. Any idea what could be wrong? Are there any
problems with using the Socket module under Cygwin (which is pretty much
all Mail::Sendmail does)?


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