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Location of php.ini to increase file upload size

Thread began 11/22/2011 5:13 am by mike.gallagher285858 | Last modified 11/23/2011 1:04 pm by mike.gallagher285858 | 3988 views | 3 replies


Location of php.ini to increase file upload size

Hi Everyone,
I need to change the maximum upload size for uploading a file using Universal Email.

The FAQs in support give me instructions on how to edit a php.ini file but I can't find this file and it wasn't generated in the webassist folder. The form works fine.

Please can anyone tell me where or how to find this file or let me know if there is another file which I should edit.

Also what is the maximum file size I will be able to upload?

I've been to the page linked to in the FAQs i.e. ini.list.php but I'm afraid as a less experienced coder it makes no sense to me.

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