Email multiple attachments from command line
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README

MPK allows to send email attachments from Unix command line or a shell script. Unlike mpack and mmencode from metamail it allows you to encode multiple attachments in to a single mail message.

You specify attachment filenames as arguments (wildcards allowed) and optionaly (with -m) provide a text message on the standard input (use the < operator to get it from a file or redirect from a pipe). A base64 encoded multipart message stream is produced to the standard output.

Note: From version 1.3 mpk allows to send SMTP email directly via local MTA. Use -t for and -s for subject. 

Example use:

echo "See the attached pictures" | mpk -m -t foo@bar.com -s "JPEG Pictures" *.jpg