• How do you attach 2 files ?

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  • How do you attach 2 files ?

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    Thanks for posting this solution!.

  • hyu

    uuencode f1 f1 > f1.uu
    uuencode f2 f2 > f2.uu
    echo “mail body” > mail.body
    cat mail.body f1.uu f2.uu | mail -s “test e-mail” you.e-mail@address.com

  • hyu

    uuencode f1 f1 > f1.uu
    uuencode f2 f2 > f2.uu
    echo “mail body” > mail.body
    cat mail.body f1.uu f2.uu | mail -s “test e-mail” you.e-mail@address.com

  • aaron

    ummm. i hate to burst your bubble but..

    nobody in this day/age should be using uuencode for anything.

    uuencoded attachments will be destroyed going through a large majority of email systems, especially when the mta involves ASCIIEBCDIC gateways, these will sever the 8th bit control codes.

    Theres a good explanation of the problems here:

    http://www.imc.org/ietf-822/old-archive1/msg00290.html

    And seriously. just use mimencode with base64, its understood by nearly every mail client and won’t get clipped by EBCDIC conversion.

  • aaron

    ummm. i hate to burst your bubble but..

    nobody in this day/age should be using uuencode for anything.

    uuencoded attachments will be destroyed going through a large majority of email systems, especially when the mta involves ASCIIEBCDIC gateways, these will sever the 8th bit control codes.

    Theres a good explanation of the problems here:

    http://www.imc.org/ietf-822/old-archive1/msg00290.html

    And seriously. just use mimencode with base64, its understood by nearly every mail client and won’t get clipped by EBCDIC conversion.