Judging from your code, you appear to be running on http://www.hypermart.net
. On their site
they say they have Mailtools
installed for paid users. MIME::Lite
is included therin, and should take care of everything you need, and if not, those packages include more advanced tools. (I haven't used Mail::Sendmail
recommended by others, but Mail::Mailer
is included in Mail-tools
and has gotten very good comments from others on this site.
All the comments mentioned here (and those in reply to you previously at Dangers of rolling your own mail script) apply, so I recommend using one of those modules, particularly for something as sticky as attachments.
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