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7/7/2014 9:44 AM
 

Hi

We are using DNN version 4.8.4 with windows server 2008 R2 and IIS 7.5. In my website whenever user upload something from forms using dynamic forms module, I will get an email with details like Name, Email Address, Telephone, Original Document, Additional Document, etc . and the Original Document is like "http://xxx/Portals/3/DynamicForms_Uploads/filename.txt".  If there is no upload also, the default path displaying as "http://xxx/Portals/3/DynamicForms_Uploads/"

I want to get the path only when there is an upload from user, other no need to display the default path. How to avoid default path when there is no upload ?

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