Multiple email attachments with Coldfusion

Good Day!! I was hoping to find some assistance with using Coldfusion and email. I have a folder on the server, and that folder has mutliple files related to database records, so each file will have the database id number in front of the file name. Got that part down. What I need to do though is be able to grab the files related to a specific id, and then attach those files to an email. I can easily attach one, and I can also attach multiple files when I have form fields with different names. What I can't seem to be able to do is load multiple files from a cfdirectory query. Any help would be greatly appreciated.
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I think you should show your code so we can help debug it..   You should be able to do this using cfmailparam
diecasthft01Author Commented:
Here's what I have so far, which isn't much. You'll notice I commented out the <cfform>. I used that to make sure I was getting the file results that I was expecting, which I am. I just can't seem to be able to convert that to a multi attachment email. Now if I have a web page with multiple formswith different names, I can get the multi attachment to work.

  SORT="DateLastModified DESC">
  <CFOUTPUT QUERY="myfiles1">
  <cfinput type="text" name="supportdocs" value="" style="font-size:11px; background-color:FF6"></td></tr>
<cfmailparam file="">


I don't think you're trying to send one email for every file, but you want to send a list of files in ONE email, is that right?

Remove the outer loop and just loop around the cfmailparam...

<cfloop query="myFiles1">
   <cfmailparam file="">

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diecasthft01Author Commented:
Yup, that certainly looks like it will work!!! Thanks Alot!!!!
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