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Old 03-16-2005, 02:00 PM   #1
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mutt zipped file name attachment ???

I'm using mutt to send attched file from shell like:

mutt -s " $SUBJECT" -a $ATTFILE -c $MAILTO >> $LOGFIL

if file let say trade.txt than I can see in my outlook folder exactly like trade.txt attachement.
but if it's zipped/gunzipped file let say I see it in email like
<ZIP archive data....> though I can unzip it like trade.txt.

Is there a way to make attachement name like ?
That what I need to provide for customers, or it's feature of RedHat ?
Before I was using elm on HP without any problems like this.

Thanks to all


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