CPAN has huge amount of modules for this task, and no one of them support all email-related RFC. ....... AND NO ONE THINK IT'S NEEDED - at least comments to my question say so......... "Yeah, why you think you need reliable email parser, what you will use it for? Forget about it, man, you don't need it. Nobody need it!" :(
You sound so intelligent and knowledgable on this topic, so why don't YOU write the module for the uber-superior absolutely foolproof email parsing.
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