To attach a file using mail command on Linux

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I'm running a Linux shell on a server. I need to mail a pretty simple file to a recipient. How can I do this? preferably using the mail command?

Jun 28 in Linux Administration by Shubham
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$ echo | mutt -a syslogs.tar.gz admin@domain.org
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