On 2005-04-02 14:08, "Colin J. Raven" <kozy-kabin.nl> wrote:
Not very easily, is one answer. You can probably get away with uuencode
output filtered to the standard input of mail(1), but that's not really
a "MIME attachment".
Other mail user agents do have a -a flag though. At least mail/mutt
does and I've used it successfully in the past. If you are not stuck
with mail(1) only, you can always use mutt for this.
mutt -a /path/to/file net