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  1. Re: Passing a variable to a PHP payment processor

    I solved it- I just thought I'd post here in case anyone else had my problem.

    I needed to place:


    <?php session_start(); ?>

    In my goodtemplate.php. And it needed to be right at the top, It...
  2. Passing a variable to a PHP payment processor

    Hello all


    I'm trying to use a payment processor to pick up a hidden field in my form. I can't however, pass a value.


    I want to raise a variable called passnodecimal and pass it to the...
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    Re: Repository works 100%, emails work 99%

    Hi Crabtree

    I found the POST request in the server log and asked my host what happened to the outgoing mail (I don't have access to email logs, it seems). They responded by saying that there had...
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    Repository works 100%, emails work 99%

    Here's an odd one for you…


    Recently I converted FormMail so upload files to the server, rather than emailing them to us. Our server cannot email large attachments so it seemed like the best way....
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    Bytes to kilobytes to megabytes

    Hi All

    Is there a way to have my MAX_FILESIZE_ERROR return the filesize in KB or MB?

    I know its a case of simple maths, but when I've tried modifying the code, I only generate things like...
  6. Re: FormMail checking TOTAL file size of multiple uploads?

    Sorry to pester, but can anyone help? Crabtree? Ginger23?

    Normally I'd have a tinker with the PHP myself, but the sight of so much code makes me nervous...
  7. Re: FormMail checking TOTAL file size of multiple uploads?

    Bump...

    Are you there Russell? Do you think you might be able to help me with this if I paid a support subscription?

    Thanks
  8. FormMail checking TOTAL file size of multiple uploads?

    Hi All

    I have an issue regarding multiple uploads, and a theory about my problem.

    I have a form which has a maximum of four image uploads.

    I have an upload/email limit on my server which...
  9. Re: Formail works fine... but '?testalert=1' doesn't

    Thanks Crabtree, it worked!

    But how? Does my server have issues with how the FROM header is formed? If anything, I would expect an outgoing email with no FROM header to have problems coming...
  10. Formail works fine... but '?testalert=1' doesn't

    Hello

    My form functions fine, including uploads, however the test alert does not- so I cannot know if there is an error when someone uses the form.

    I ran 'testmail.php' and recieved the test...
  11. Having FormMail create new directory on server

    Hi all

    Is it possible to get FormMail to create a new directory in the file repository and name it with the value of '$realname'? It would be easier to search the server if each submission had its...
  12. Re: Web host claims script is utilising 40MB (only 9MB upload)

    Thanks for clearing that up, Russell. I thought I was losing my mind.

    I'll see if I can come up with a workaround for my situation.
  13. Web host claims script is utilising 40MB (only 9MB upload)

    Hello

    I am having all sorts of problems getting larger uploads to get processed by the form. My host doesn't allow me to configure php.ini, but will allow .htaccess.

    My .htaccess is:
    ...
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