import from csv with multiple attachments to each issue

I've seen the help and examples about how to import from CSV with attachments. But how do you handle cases where there are multiple attachments to each issue? Can you spcify the URL to each file separated by spaces? by commas? Or do you have to have multiple attachment columns in your CSV file (which would be very difficult seeing that the number of attachments for any issue could be between zero and a very large number).

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To answer my own question, yes each attachment must be it's own column in the CSV file. You can have multiple columns in the CSV file each with "Attachments" as headers. Example: Summary,Attachment,Attachment,Attachment "sample images attached","http://server/file1.jpg","http://server/file%20two.jpg","http://server/file_three.jpg"

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