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Sending a mail via Perl with an attachement

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Hi,

I want to send a mail from a perl script. That is the easy part. Now, I want to attach one or more files to the mail in an easy way.

Any idea.

Thanks

Olivier Puffet
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use MIME::Lite;

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Thanks for the answer. It right what I needed. Now how does I tell Expert Search, the answer is correct.


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use MIME::Lite;
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