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I'm using the File Upload field in sitecoreformsextentions module with SXA 1.8 and Sitecore 9.02. According to the documentation for the send email action it should be attached to the email:

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And it should be possible to get the value in the email template:

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However whilst the file is uploaded to the rootstoragepath it is not attached to the email.

Is there something I need to do to wire this up with tokens or some config settings I'm missing somewhere?

I read this post but I'm using a different version and it looks to be supported from the docs: Send Mail with Attachment using Sitecore Forms

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In the email template, you just place the name of the field in { } brackets.

In the email HTML below, the {File Upload} is my upload field.

<strong>Contact Us Form&nbsp;Submission</strong><br />
<br />
First:&nbsp; {FirstName} <br />
Last:&nbsp; {LastName}<br />
Email:&nbsp; {Email}<br />
Subject:&nbsp; {Subject}<br />
Uploaded File:&nbsp; {File Upload}<br />
<p>Message<br />
{Message}</p>
<br />

This is the field in the editor

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Ends up like this

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  • Thanks Chris that didn't work for me, I got this error: File: Unsupported field type Feature.FormsExtensions.Fields.FileUpload.FileUploadModel Feb 18 at 14:43
  • Maybe it's a version thing or something, thats what I assumed would work though. My other fields come through fine when using brackets like that. Feb 18 at 14:44
  • @AdamSeabridge I wonder if you are uploading a non-supported file type? I see this template /sitecore/templates/Modules/FormExtensions/Fields/FileUploadField/Validation/Allowed Content Types, trying to understand how it works.
    – Chris Auer
    Feb 18 at 15:06

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