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Hello again Anonymous Monk,

You need to treat the pdf as binary file. For the moment I do not have the time to play with your script to modify it but here is a sample of code that I just tested and works with pdf attachment using MIME::Lite.

#!/usr/bin/perl use strict; use warnings; use MIME::Lite; use Getopt::Std; my $SMTP_SERVER = ''; # CHANGE ME my $DEFAULT_SENDER = ''; # CHANGE ME my $DEFAULT_RECIPIENT = '';# CHANGE ME MIME::Lite->send('smtp', $SMTP_SERVER, Timeout=>60); my (%o, $msg); # process options getopts('hf:t:s:', \%o); $o{f} ||= $DEFAULT_SENDER; $o{t} ||= $DEFAULT_RECIPIENT; $o{s} ||= 'Your binary file, sir'; if ($o{h} or !@ARGV) { die "usage:\n\t$0 [-h] [-f from] [-t to] [-s subject] file ...\n"; } # construct and send email $msg = new MIME::Lite( From => $o{f}, To => $o{t}, Subject => $o{s}, Data => "Hi", Type => "multipart/mixed", ); while (@ARGV) { $msg->attach('Type' => 'application/octet-stream', 'Encoding' => 'base64', 'Path' => shift @ARGV); } $msg->send( ); __END__ $ perl Documentation.pdf

Hope this helps, BR.

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In reply to Re^3: Using Net::SMTP to send pdf attachment by thanos1983
in thread Using Net::SMTP to send pdf attachment by Anonymous Monk

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