don't have very much time to modify it, but it should be easy... in ofxMailUtils the content is set in the poco mail message by calling setContent. that makes the message a 1 part only. it seems that by using addContent / addAttachment you can create a multipart message. usually files sent as attachments are encoded as base64, can't guess from the documentation if the function automatically does that or you need to encode the files before the docs for the mailmessage are in: http://www.appinf.com/docs/poco/Poco.Ne ... ssage.html
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