|to:||<blank>||leaving the to: field blank disables notifications|
|to:||email@example.com||send notifications to a single address|
|to:||firstname.lastname@example.org, email@example.com||to send to multiple email addresses seperate each with a comma|
|subject||New File Uploaded|
|message||This is an automated notification to inform you that a new file [filename] has just been uploaded via your website. The file can be accessed [link] and will be valid for [duration].|
Be sure to include the following parameters in your notification message:
[filename] [link] [duration]
The default file upload text notification text is as follows:
Subject: New File Uploaded This is an automated notification to inform you that a new file [filename] has just been uploaded via your website. The file can be accessed [link] and will be valid for [duration].
Leaving the To: address blank disables file upload notifications.
- If you upload a file to any folder that is not in the folder list, it will send a notification to the fallback email addresses (the default)
- If you enable a notification on a parent folder, and a subfolder, notifications will be sent for both
- The 'to' email addresses is *not* appended to all notifications regardless
Often web hosting providers do not specialise in email sending, hence reliability of your emails may vary. For example, your provider may send emails from a noreply@ email address which is often flagged as spam. Should you experience issues we suggest using a third party SMTP plugin such as SendGrid or MailGun.