I’ve uploaded a new Email::MessageID, version 1.400. It has two major
improvements. First, the result of its
new method is now an Email::MessageID
object, where it was previously an Email::Address object(!). This means that
it can now have its own message-id-specific methods. It has one:
in_brackets. This is a very common mistake:
my $email = Email::Simple->create( body => ..., header => [ ... 'Message-Id' => Email::MessageID->new->as_string, ], );
This would produce a bogus message. Message-Ids must be in angle brackets.
Rather than fix
as_string and break the code of everyone who was already
dealing with this, I’ve added
in_brackets. Use it!