Cascade is a Web-based content management system. It's based around the idea of organizing resources into a hierachy of categories, much like Yahoo. Some features include generating static or dynamic HTML, allowing user comments on ratings on resources, design abstraction through templates, suggested addition and update management, an auto-generated "What's New" page, support for related categories and virtual subcategories, and more. It can use Postgres or MySQL as its SQL database.
The CGI::Uploader Perl module is designed to help with the task of managing files uploaded through a CGI application. The files are stored on the file system, and the file attributes are stored in a SQL database. The distribution includes a "Cookbook" with a detailed example, as well as a complete sample application.
I recommend the /other/ pine2mutt instead
I tried this, and in it's attempt to do everything related to switching me over, it did too much. It also failed to import many of my pine addressbook entries. This page, which offers another "pine2mutt" perl script, was much more helpful for me:
The Debian distribution of mutt includes a "Pine.rc" file, which provided a lot of the familiar Pine key bindings, among other things.
This software didn't end being very useful in my transition.