I tried and tried.  I finally got it to work (multipart/alternative) after 
reading the rfc.  Read RFC 1521 at 
http://www.faqs.org/rfcs/rfc1521.html.  Look at section 7.2.2.  It will 
tell you all you need to know.

By the way everyone, from faqs.org, WHICH I AM SURE MOST OF YOU USE TIME TO 

"If something is not done VERY, VERY shortly, FAQS.org will have to be 
shutdown. FAQS.org has lost its funding and I cannot personally pay for the 
bandwidth needed to keep it operational.  The care and feeding is not a 
problem, paying for the bandwidth is.  I will shortly have none unless you 
can help"

If you can, take a look at www.faqs.org and see if there is anything you 
can do.

-Jason Garber
At 12:30 AM 11/3/2001 +0100, you wrote:
>I've read all docs on how to send multiple attachments with mime headers...
>But all I get is the headers in plain text in the resulting e-mail!
>No attachments at all!
>Could anyone give me short working example please...
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