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Good to hear from you.

If the script says the fields are empty, they will be. This happens when a
file upload is too large and is rejected by PHP on the server. The script
doesn't get to see the file and rightly say's the field is empty.

Did you have a look at this page on my support section:

The script itself will not block files unless you configure it to do so.
Try it with default settings if need be. I don't think execution time is

Any questions, just let me know.

Best wishes.

Charles Sweeney
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----- Original Message -----
Sent: Tuesday, December 15, 2009 10:55 PM
Subject: FormToEmail script

> Comments: Hi, Charles,
> Working on an updated form to allow five file attachments. Testing with
> very large (3MB) files since some folks just don't know how to resize
> photo images. When more than three large files are attached, the form
> returns the empty-field errors (for all required fields) although all the
> fields were populated. The e-mail does not get sent.
> I increased the max file size on the server, along with max execution
> time, and don't think there are any other adjustments to php.ini I can
> make.
> What is going on that can be causing the script to think the fields are
> empty? I hope that once I figure this out I can proceed with getting the
> large files to send.
> Thanks