Incoming email question

I’m writing a model for receiving incoming email from a remote imap
server.
The problem is, our server isn’t going to be running all of the time,
and so
I’m just going to set it up to check the inbox on each request (there
won’t
be many requests, it’s not a public site). Our rails server is running
Windows. This is what I have so far, pretty much copied from
http://wiki.rubyonrails.org/rails/pages/HowToReceiveEmailsWithActionMailer

def recieve(email)
emailer = Emailer.find_by_address(email.sender)
emailer.messages.create(
:incoming => true,
:subject => email.subject,
:body => email.body,
:time => email
)
end

def send

not done yet

end

def self.check_mail
imap = Net::IMAP.new(‘imap.shef.accept.uk’)
imap.authenticate(‘LOGIN’,‘username’,‘password’)
imap.select(‘INBOX’)
imap.search([‘ALL’]).each do |message_id|
msg = imap.fetch(message_id,‘RFC822’)[0].attr[‘RFC822’]
MailReader.receive(msg)

imap.store(message_id, “+FLAGS”, [:Deleted])

end
end

The problem is that because our server isn’t running all the time, I
want to
get the time the email was sent from the headers. This is very important
as
we have strict deadlines relating to replying to emails.

Any help would be much appreciated,
-Nathan

oops, the line that say :time => email is in there because I presume
it’s
email.something, but I don’t know.
-N

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