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Thread: ASP file email

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    ASP file email

    I'm putting a form with a browse button on a page, so that clients can send me some pics of their own, directly to my email... heres my code for my form...
     <form method="post" action="photosupload.asp" name="submit" enctype="multipart/form-data">
    			  <font size="2">Enter your description : </font>
    			  <input name="textfield" type="text" size="70">
    			  <font size="2">Choose your photo:</font> 
    			  <input type="file" name="filefield"><br><br>
    			  <input name="submit" type="submit" id="submit" value="Submit">
    Now, I'm struggeling with the asp part.... I've only done normal submit forms. .. how do I code THAT so that the file gets send to my email?

    thank you in advance...

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    you need to download a component on to your server (or talk to your hosts) that will enable you to send files from a users machine to the servers

    In this example I've used the CDONTS component

    	set smtp = Server.CreateObject("CDONTS.NewMail")
    	smtp.Subject="Page request"
    	smtp.Body = lmailstring
    	smtp.AttachFile("[insert file path here")
    ' lmailstring can be a HTML message/page or
    a simple "please find file attached"
    good tutorial on the CDONTS feature, http://www.webwizguide.info/asp/tuto...s_tutorial.asp

    if you're hosts don't use the CDONTS component they'll use another one that will be similar (there are a few components that do this and they all work the same. I've just used CDONTS because it's the most common)

    hope this helps
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