Constructs MIME encoded messages with file attachments
'MIME-tool' constructs MIME encoded messages with file attachments. It supports the basic MIME standard: callers can select the content type (application/octet-stream, text/plain, or user specified), content type encoding (7bit, 8bit, binary, base64 or auto-detected) and the boundary string (defaults to "=_MIME_CONTENT_BREAK_="). Callers can also specify the e-mail subject, "To:" address, "From:" address, "Cc:" address, and text for a prolog and epilog. The content type and encoding can be specified separately for each attached file.
released on 23 July 2004
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23 July 2004
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