I’ve had a lot of request for more posts about email piping, specifically filtering the email body and obtaining just the reply content. It’s taken me a while to get around to writing this even though the code is about 6 months old. If you’re new to email piping, check out some of my previous posts: learn the basics , isolate the email headers , save attachments and process bounce emails . Now lets get down to biz.
Just a quick tip here for uploading large files in PHP. I had to write a form to upload fairly large files (100+ megs). At first I tried using ini_set to up the PHP upload settings:
So I’ve been trying to create a cross domain ajax upload form and run into a few issues. Hopefully someone can help me out and get this working.
Sometimes clients want to put all their products online in a database but don’t want to manage them as they may already be doing so in some kind of spreadsheet or offline database (Excel, Numbers, Filemaker, etc). For them, they don’t want to learn any new systems but want to have both areas, offline and online, up to date and mirroring each other. If you run into something like this, it’s very easy to populate your table via a CSV file upload.