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I am currently using org-mu4e with

(setq org-mu4e-convert-to-html t)

and (org-mu4e-compose-org-mode). When I attach files to a email I get the classical

<#part type="application/type" filename="/somepath/somefile" disposition=attachment description=somedescription>
<#/part>

inserted into the body, but when org-mode converts the body to html it somehow does nothing and the actual email displays the code <#part.... #/part> without including any file. Is there any workaround? I need the option org-mu4e-convert-to-html since I use LaTeX in my emails.

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You have to put the html code in

#+begin_export html
#+end_export

block so that it is exported to html format via babel.

Edit: I wrote "src" instead of export by mistake 😅.

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    That didn't work sadly Commented Nov 12, 2019 at 18:54
  • Fixed it in the next answer. Thanks. Commented Nov 12, 2019 at 19:02
  • It also didn't work for me. I'm starting to think that it is impossible to add an attachment with org-mime. I am on mu4e 1.5.3.
    – Ajned
    Commented Jul 25, 2020 at 9:40
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The actual solution is to enclose the <#part ...> tag like this:

#+BEGIN_EXPORT html
 <#part ...> <#/part>
#+END_EXPORT

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