$entity would be the single email with lots of attachments - each one is an individual email (possibly with attachments)- phew!
So... I think you want to add something like this:
foreach my $email ($entity->parts())
# $email is now a MIME::Entity
# I.e. one of the original emails that
# was mistakenly combined into one.
# either print the email, or capture it with
# one of the "as_string" methods and use OLE
# to stuff it back into Outlook.
This is all from memory - I wrote a mail filter last week to do some virus scanning. But might help.
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