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  • #1447

    Hi,

    we’re using dropuploader here, just for make it easier for applicants to upload their files: https://lhjobs.entwurf.digital/bewerben/

    We’ve just updated all plugins and the drop uploader and I recognized that the temporary files in /wp-content/uploads/cf7du_temp are not deleted after the e-mail is sent.

    We’ve not checked any option for storing the files neither in the general settings of the drop uploader or in the contact form settings.

    The e-mail is sent correctly with the attachement(s). But one strange issue is also happening: The “E-Mail(2)” of CF7 has no content in the attachment field but the attachement(s) are also sent to the receiver of the “E-Mail(2)” and we can’t change that.

    Please help!

    Best

    Roland

    #1448

    Hi!
    I can’t login to your site (/wp-admin address returns 404 page). Can you tell me, what version of Drop Uploader do you use?

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    #1450

    Just to let you know.

    I checked the other installation of Drop Uploader we use.

    It’s the same there – files are not deleted after they’re sent. So they seem to be stored on the server forever. I think that should be fixed as we didn’t set an option to keep the files on the server.

    The “E-Mail(2)” issue can’t be tested there as we don’t use this option of CF7 there.

    Best,
    Roland

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    #1453

    Hi,

    Mail 2 attachments are fixed. Thanks!

    But after the test, the uploaded file is still inside the folder /wp-content/uploads/cf7du_temp

    Should it be deleted immediatly or after a specific time?

    Best,
    Roland

    #1454

    Hi!
    Temp files will be deleted daily, so please check if files were deleted tomorrow.

    #1517

    Hi,

    the files are still not deleted.

    Bought another license today for a third project. So I was triggered to check, if the files now are deleted. But it’s still not working.

    Files are stored over weeks and months, nothing happens to them. And – worst case – you can access them via Browser. Sure, the folder names are better than the most passwords, but there should be a .htaccess-file installed with the plugin.

    Please fix that issues asap!

    Best,
    Roland

    #1519

    Hi!
    Do you use Apache web server on NGINX?
    Also, can you give me FTP access to your site, I will check error logs on your site.

    #1522

    Hi,

    we use a simple Apache, no NGINX.

    Unfortunately I can’t give you FTP access as our sites are live-websites of a client.
    If you tell me where to find the error logs, I can send them here.

    As it’s not working in three installations, I think, you should check everything on your side again. Probably most of the users don’t check if files are deleted, but will have the same problem.

    Our workaround is a cronjob that’s deleting all files once a inside the folder
    /wp-content/uploads/cf7du_temp

    Best,
    Roland

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