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Attachment from uploaded file not being sent with email

Thread began 10/13/2010 8:00 pm by YellowCircleWeb | Last modified 10/14/2010 3:10 pm by YellowCircleWeb | 1235 views | 5 replies


Attachment from uploaded file not being sent with email


I've spent about an hour reading all the threads about UE4 and attachment problems and none of them seem to match the problem I'm having, hence me starting this new thread.

I've created a form with an email field and a file upload field. I've ensured that the form enctype is mutlitpart/form-data and I'm able to upload the files and receive the test email. However, the attachment doesn't come with the email when I select 'Submitted File' in the attachment settings of UE4. If I choose a static file the attachment comes through with the email.

I've attached my page and the Webassist Pages in the zip file.

I'm completely stumped on this.

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