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Using MVC2 how do I add a file attachment?

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I need to add the ability to add a file attachment to our MVC2 web application.

What built in support already exists for this and how much do I need to handle myself?

How can I handle mutiple attachments?

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Thanks, I wil take a closer look when I get to work in the AM. But a quick glance did not reveal how to actually present a File Browse dialog to the user. In Windows of course, this is easy.  How would I do this with MVC2?

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