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sub Mailer { use MIME::Lite; use Net::SMTP; sleep(2); ### Adjust sender, recipient and your SMTP mailhost my $from_address = 'sender@sender.com'; my $to_address = 'receiver@receiver.com'; my $mail_host = 'mail.domain.com'; ### Adjust subject and body message my $subject = 'A message with with attachments ...'; my $message_body = "Here's the attachment file(s) you wanted"; ### Adjust the filenames my $my_file_pdf = $file_out_pdf; my $your_file_pdf = $file_out_pdf; #my $my_file_zip = 'my_file.zip'; #my $your_file_zip = 'your_file.zip'; ### Create the multipart container $msg = MIME::Lite->new ( From => $from_address, To => $to_address, Subject => $subject, Type =>'multipart/mixed' ) or die "Error creating multipart container: $!\n"; ### Add the text message part $msg->attach ( Type => 'TEXT', Data => $message_body ) or die "Error adding the text message part: $!\n"; ### Add the PDF file $msg->attach ( Type => 'application/pdf', Path => $my_file_pdf, Filename => $your_file_pdf, Disposition => 'attachment' ) or die "Error adding $file_pdf: $!\n"; ### Add the ZIP file #$msg->attach ( # Type => 'application/zip', # Path => $my_file_zip, # Filename => $your_file_zip, # Disposition => 'attachment' #) or die "Error adding $file_zip: $!\n"; ### Send the Message MIME::Lite->send('smtp', $mail_host, Timeout=>60); $msg->send; }

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