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Re: How do I get Windmail to send an email attachmentby jepri (Parson)
|on Apr 05, 2008 at 12:58 UTC||Need Help??|
Hmmm, the documentation for windmail shows the attachment path in quotes. I'd start by making your example look exactly like the example in the manual, and then asking the windmail developers for help. Perl seems to be doing its job correctly (the mail gets sent), so it looks to be a problem with the way windmail is reading your message.