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Attachments can be sent as part of the body with the correct mime encoding entries. View the source of an email that has been sent to you with an attachment. You will see the entries. Notice the opening and closing identifiers are the same. You could just try to cut and paste to prove to yourself it works. (Any type will work as long as the columns, etc are identical)

If noone has any direct support for jpgs, etc, I have some perl script that I use to send a text file as an attachment.

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