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Uploading files from form to email receipient

Thread began 11/23/2009 10:30 pm by ken_iversen46173 | Last modified 6/09/2010 1:58 pm by ken_iversen46173 | 2328 views | 17 replies


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Hi, Jason

yes, that makes sense..
However, will there be an option within digital file pro, to indicate that I want to attach the files to an email after they are uploaded to teh server..
I am asking silly questions, as I already have 2 Web Assist programs that I bought, which did not do what I expected of them, and hence I have never used them for anything.. a rather expensive mistake to make.. I do not want to buy this software only to file it somewhere and never use it.. that said I have also bought a couple of the Web Assist programs that I use frequently and that I am very happy with..

Bottom line, without any programming, will I be able to add FILE UPLOADS to a FORM and flag the files to be sent along with the EMAIL resulting form the form?

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