> uuencode <File to attach> <Name of file in email message> | mail -s <subject> <recipient at domain>
Maybe I'm the only person in the whole world to make this distinction, but
IMNSHO an encoded file in (or as) body of a message is not an attachment.
In my understanding, the notion of an "attachment" implies a structure -
like a structured message body as defined by the MIME standards. A flat,
non-MIME message OTOH has no such structure, and can therefore not contain
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