is it correct ?
First of all, I feel it needs to be said that HTML is not a scripting language. It is a markup language.
Next, your open() statement will never work. Why? Because you can't put it in a hashref like that, and still get your expected result. You may also want to see the documentation for MIME::Lite.
Instead, use something like the following:
Type => "text/html",
Id => "sample.html",
Path => "/path/to/sample.html"
...which should save you some hassle with the files.
I hope that solves(or at least helps) your question, although I do highly advise you to read perlintro, among others.
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