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package fred; sub fred{ print 'Fred says hi' } package main;; fred::fred;; Fred says hi print defined *{$fred::fred}{CODE};; [Can't use an undefined value as a symbol reference at (eval 21) line +1 print defined *{fred::fred}{CODE};; Ambiguous use of *{fred::fred} resolved to *fred::fred at (eval 19) li +ne 1, 1 print defined *{fred::bill}{CODE};; *{$_} = \&{"fred::$_"} for 'fred';; fred();; Fred says hi

In a nutshell, dropping the $ from next unless defined *{$Net::POP3::{$_}}{CODE};

To give next unless defined *{Net::POP3::{$_}}{CODE}; should work.

Though that would still issue a warning, so try:next unless defined *{"Net::POP3::$_"}{CODE};.


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