I will pay someone $10 for an answer. I have a PHP site that I would like to use to send an email with multiple attachment. The problem is the files are located on a network drive. eg. \\server\files\[url removed, login to view] The script knows the location of the files to attach. Is there a way of sending the email without getting the user to upload the files? Can the script automatically upload the files? As an alternative I have thought of using a href mailto: to send the attachments with outlook. Does anyone know if you can attach multiple files using a href mailto:? Feel free to tell me any other ways of doing this with JAVA, JS, AJAX, ActiveX Cheers Matt
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