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Hey.
i'm uploading a file to my server via php and the file name is en email (x@x.com)
and after the upload the files saves as x_x.com
anyone knows why?
is it something in the php.ini or maybe its a code thing?

Thanks in advance.

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@ not in a valid file name?

Edited by diafol: n/a

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i did not understand the question?
not valid where?
i don't have the code of the upload panel.
it may be related to that?

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I'm pretty sure that @ is not a valid character in a filename.

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Both in Linux and in Windows you can have filenames containing @, so that should not be the reason. It's rather the upload module which does some replacement operations on the filenames.

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