hi, i want to attach a handwritting pad(ivista tablet) to my java project. Any suggestion or any method how to make it possible. I tried the google but doesn't find any help

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I erroneously uploaded an image to this thread: http://www.daniweb.com/web-development/php/threads/446683/database-forms-how-to-protect-with-magic-quotes I deleted the markdown in the post, which cleared the image from the post body, but it still has the image in an 'attachment box'. Is this expected?

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Hi Guys, I'm quickl writing a little application which sends an email via SMTP and has the option to add a attachment. This is working fine however, When I went to send a email without attaching a file the Error Message I get is the following **"The Parameter 'fileName' cannot be an empty string. Parameter: fileName"** I can understand that the system is expecting there to be a file to link (which does work when wanting to attach a file) but I'm not to sure where to add the conditioning so that the attach method would only be called IF …

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I have the following code that is very simple and gets information from form fields and mails it off. The issue is that when the email is received using Microsoft Outlook 2003 the message is blank and the actual message that is supposed to be there is an attached HTML file. This, as you can imagine, would be tedious to open every time a message is received. [CODE] <?php $recipient = "name@email.com"; $subject = "Message from ".$_REQUEST['YourName']; $headers="From: ".$_REQUEST['YourEmail']."\n"; $headers.="Content-type: text/html; charset=iso-8859-1"; $message = "<p>A ".$_REQUEST['EnquiryType']." from ".$_REQUEST['YourName']." has been received</p> <b>The message is as follows: </b><p>".$_REQUEST['YourMessage']."</p> <p><b>Sender Details</b><br/>Email: ".$_REQUEST['YourEmail']."<br/>Tel: …

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Hi, I'm sure this has been discussed here somewhere, but I can't find exactly what I want... I have a form set up that is sent to different email addresses based on field selections. Sometimes that user will need to attach a file to send too. I have found code to enable the user to upload a file (to server or to Access Database) (thank you Lewis E. Moten III: [url]http://www.pscode.com/vb/scripts/ShowCode.asp?txtCodeId=7361&lngWId=4[/url]), but I cannot find anything on how to attach the uploaded file to the email sent to end-user, on submission. Any help much appreciated!

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I've noticed some inconsistencies in the way different Outlook version handle the file creation and modification timestamps for saved attachments. Whenever my coworker (running Outlook 2007 SP2 on Windows XP) saves an attachment, it is timestamped using the moment that the attachment was saved to the file system. However, whenever I save an attachment (using Outlook 2003 SP3 on Windows 7) it is assigned the file's original creation and modification timestamps from the source computer. My Google searches have been largely unfruitful, ending mostly in, "Perhaps the customer is not remembering properly?" regarding the customer remembering that Outlook would save …

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