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Thread began 1/12/2011 12:06 pm by mr.kalvu420922 | Last modified 1/13/2011 9:42 am by Jason Byrnes | 1160 views | 3 replies |

mr.kalvu420922

No email attachment

I did a form with attachment with Universal email 4.01 but I don’t receive the attachment by email.

The email form is ok, but not attach file appear in the email.

Do you know what could be happened?

Form: multipart/form-data
PHP time: extend to 100 (I’ve also tried to change the folders to 777)
File test: 10 kb JPG – I will use a max of 300 kb (text, doc, docx or pdf) – ( How do you filter the files attached for the users like extension, size and others? By hidden fields in the form? because everything appears in the email even the size number value?.
If you don’t attach the file to the email it will send it without the file; is it not control if the user forgot to attach the email?
Manual scrip: are able to upload and send by email attaching a file from the /uploads/ folder (already test on the same server)
Others Universal Email issues:
To create a server behaviour: CS4 take 2 time the first time it is no recognise and generate 2 waue*.* files.
I am attaching a zip file with the form and the files.
I will appreciate your answer ASAP.

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Jason ByrnesWebAssist

You have named the file field with a space in the name "Attach CV File", this is not a valid form element names.

form elements may only contains letters and numbers, the only exception is the underscore character "_".

make sure you use valid names on the form element.

To require that the attachment be selected or make sure it is a certain size, you will ned to use the Sever Validations included with CSS Form builder of Form Toolkit.

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mr.kalvu420922

Universal Email

Thank you! it’s work!! Now I am working in how to validate the file.
If I upload the file to MySQL table, and next attach the file to the email and deleted.
Do you think that will do it? Or do I need validated with a spry file field?
Also some hidden file can do some job isn’t it?

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Jason ByrnesWebAssist

To validate the file field, you will need to use the server validations in Form Toolkit.

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