You want to check out Mime::Lite. Also, you want to learn about MIME types if you are going to be doing bulk mail. Are you designing an opt-in mailing list? If so, keep in mind that there are huge differences in the way different mail clients (Outlook, Eudora, AOL, Hotmail, Yahoo) handle multipart messages. I have had to make my bulk mailer smart enough to send text messages to Yahoo.com and multipart/alternative to hotmail.com, etc. Bulk mailing is not easy and it takes a long time to detect problems unless you test your messages against every conceivable mail client. Anyway, not to get off on a rant...Mime::Lite works well. Good luck!I like chicken.
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