search google for RFC HTML email, or look at 

It's roughly along the lines of: 

Subject: My html email
Content-type: multipart/mime
Content-boundry(????): BOUNDRY-ABC

Content-type: text/html
...more headers...

Hello! This is an html email with an image -> <img src="cid:abc123";>

Content-type: image/jpeg
Content-id: abc123
Content-encoding: base64


On Sun, 15 Dec 2002 14:35:48 -0800 (PST) Chris Shiflett wrote:
> --- See Kok Boon <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
> > I want to send emails that have graphics, for example
> > the pub logo. I know that there are 2 ways to do so
> > (maybe there are more, pls enlighten me):
> > 
> > 1. use html email with
> >    <img src="";>
> > 
> > 2. use MSWORD to insert the logo into the email.
> >    MSWORD will then send the logo.gif as an
> >    attachment and will ALSO use <img> tags.
> I doubt anyone on this list is going to know what your
> second method is, though I would guess that MS Word does
> nothing special and does the same thing you mention in your
> first method, except that it attaches the image to the
> email rather than reference it via URL.
> You can probably search the archives for more information
> on sending HTML email as well as sending attachments, which
> is all you are trying to do. I detest such email myself, so
> I cannot offer any help.
> Chris
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