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FILE_MODE Setting

This page documents the FILE_MODE configuration setting in FormMail.

Type Of Setting

FILE_MODE is an OPTIONAL setting, which means...

OPTIONAL : you can change this setting if you need to, but the default valueis fine for most circumstances.

Précis

Sets the permission modes for uploaded files.

Description

Set FILE_MODE to the permission mode you want for files saved to FILE_REPOSITORY.

To understand the valid values, you can read about the "chmod" command on any Linux system. This page is also helpful: www.php.net/chmod.

Useful values:

0664 read-write by owner and group, read by others
0666 read-write by everyone
0444 read-only by everyone
0644 read-write by owner, read by everyone else
0 don't set the protection mode (skips setting)

Remember that uploaded files may be owned by "apache" or "nobody", or some other user name on your Linux or Unix server.

FILE_MODE may have no effect on Windows servers.

Default Value

From version 9 onwards:

$FILE_MODE = 0664;

Before version 9:

define("FILE_MODE",0664);

Examples

From version 9 onwards:

$FILE_MODE = 0;

Before version 9:

define("FILE_MODE",0);

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