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SAX-style mail parsing library

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Hi !

Can anyone here recommend good e-mail parsing library ?
I have to write a program that scans e-mail message piped to it on STDIN.
Most libraries I've found parses e-mail from file building a message part
tree in RAM, or even loading whole message into RAM. I'd like to avoid such
excessive memory usage, thus I'm looking for a library with
"SAX-like" (comparing to XML parsers) API, that is, a library that would
call my functions while going through the stream, reaching headers, part
begginigs/ends etc.

Aby hints ?

Regards,
PW

Dec 26 '05 #1
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Przemyslaw Wegrzyn <cz*****@czajsoft.pl> wrote:
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