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I can't get the file in my onlie form to attatch to an email.

Thread began 11/20/2013 4:16 pm by richard402207 | Last modified 11/21/2013 6:21 am by richard402207 | 803 views | 1 replies

Jason ByrnesWebAssist

there are 2 ways to attach files to an email

1) Dont use the file upload behavior and select the Submitted file option on the attachments tab of the UE behavior

2) Use the file upload behavior to save the file to the server. Then on the attachments tab of the UE behavior, select the enter value option.

Click the lightning bolt icon and expand the Uploaded Files binding group, select the Server Directory binding. Copy the code for the server directory binding, then select the Server file name binding. lastly, copy the server directory code in front of the server file name binding code.

where you are using the upload file behavior to save the file to the server, you need to use the second method to attach the file in the email.

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