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 cREVGeneral  revUniqueID1 'uB  This stack was created to help you implement an email (with attachments) service on your server. The instructions are meant for a Linux server running Apache. Other server environments should not be too different. This example uses php and allows you to attach a file to the email. '4 '  Why would you do this? If you have an app that used used at computers other than the user's personal computer, it may not have an email setup. For example, in a classroom situation where students sitat multiple computers, the resident email system may not function. #* '* ' ;First, download phpMailer at: # ' l Next, you need to find your cgi folder and make sure it will execute php scripts. You will need to make a small php script with only the contents: # ' '  '$ ' 7Then, name it "test.php" and put it in your cgi folder. # 'f &Next, do http://yourServerURL/test.php # 'D ' If you can't get this script to work, you need to get technical assistance from somewhere else, as this is the starting point for this tutorial. # ' The web page that is shown by your test.php script gives you a nice summary of your php settings. There are three settings you need to check: Under the Engine table: 'J file_uploads must be "On" '2 Eupload_max_filesize limits the size of the file that can be uploaded ' Vupload_tmp_dir needs to be set the some location on the server. Mine is set at: /tmp ' ' HNote that the php script loads emails to the tmp directory with a randomized filename, sends the to the destination with the name you specify in the script, then erases it. If you get a nice web page output from the test.php file, and the above settings are as specified, you are ready to go on and install the email php script. ' ' RClick the "Show PHP Code" button below and copy the script to a text editor that can upload the file to your server's cgi folder. Edit the "myServer" parameters in the php script to match you server. Then Upload the file to your server. The permissions should be 0755 and the group and owner should be set to the owner of the site's name. ' ' You can go to your server url with and you will get a summary of your php installation settings. ' ' Good luck! ' `ej