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Contact Form upload files

Thread began 12/27/2012 10:33 pm by melaniekelley366749 | Last modified 12/31/2012 11:13 am by Jason Byrnes | 613 views | 3 replies |

melaniekelley366749

Contact Form upload files

Does the Form tool have an option for users to upload files and email to me?

Thank you in advance
~melanie

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Ray BorduinWebAssist

You can do that with Data Bridge.

You would create a form with file upload. Then after the form was created you could actually remove the file upload server behavior (since you don't actually need the file saved on your server) and open up the email server behavior, go to the attachments settings and choose to attach a file from the form.

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melaniekelley366749

thank you, but that only tells me the answer is "yes".

I don't understand a thing above that your said. I created a form from
WebAssist>Forms>Insert New Form and then added Email Functionality. I understand those steps.

I don't know how to create a "file upload" or what it means. I need detailed step by step.

please

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Jason ByrnesWebAssist

add a file field to the form by going to Insert -> Forms -> File Filed.

then go to the server behaviors panel, and double click the universal Email server behavior.

on the attachments tab, select the Submitted file option and select the file filed.

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