553767 perl double search and match search script for local file

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I need a simple Perl 5.10.1 script that will search Evolution 2.30.3 email box for all user's Domain Names that have a canceled PayPal subscription. PayPal sends one email when the user signs up with the Subscription Number and Domain Name and then when the user cancels PayPal sends another email with the Subscription Number (but without the Domain Name) so you can only find the Domain Name if you search the email for the original order matching the Subscription Number. Evolution 2.30.3 stores their emails in a flat file on my local hard drive.

Original email contains:

You have a new subscriber <in subject>
Domain Name: mywebsitedomainname.com <in email body>

Cancelation email contains:

has been cancelled <in subject>
Subscription Number: S-99S413488V725190M <in email body>


1) search file for all email messages who's subject contains the text

has been cancelled

2) inside each of the found messages search for the text

Subscription Number:

3) record the 19 characters to the right of the txt

Subscription Number:


Subscription Number: S-99S413488V725190M

record S-99S413488V725190M

4) search the email box file for all matching Subscription Numbers who's subject contains the text

You have a new subscriber

5) inside each message find the text

Domain Name:

6) record the next 60 characters next to the text

Domain Name:


Domain Name: mywebsitedomainname.com

record mywebsitedomainname.com

4) record all matching Domain Names that have cancelled subscriptions into a flat ascii text file

I will run this Perl script from my Ubuntu Linux desktop from the command line.

Skills required:
Anything Goes, CSS, HTML, MySQL, Perl, PHP
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