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UE4 file attachment

Thread began 5/12/2010 11:03 am by deborah339215 | Last modified 5/12/2010 8:08 pm by deborah339215 | 763 views | 1 replies


UE4 file attachment

Hello - I just downloaded UE4, previously using UE3. I have a couple of questions. First off, I've created a form with a file attachment option. I want the form to be in a hidden folder on my server (only certain people need to find the form). My "go to" page is in the root of my server. When I did a test, I receive the email, but not the attachment. I've tried putting my "go to" page in the same folder as my form . . . but still no attachment. When I place both pages in the root, it works. Another observation - does it matter which file I apply the server behavior to? I can never get it to work when I apply it to the form page (UE3 or UE4) - I've applied it to the "go to" page.

Any thoughts?

Deborah Kalkowski

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