[ZendTo] Re: New User Question - Upload Error

Kyle Dippery kyle.dippery at uky.edu
Tue Sep 8 21:28:28 BST 2015


Did you edit the emailDomainRegexp parameter in preferences.php?  It 
sounds like you might be checking email addresses against the default 
domain (soton.ac.uk), rather than your own.

Also you may want to edit the ErrorWillNotSend parameter in zendto.conf 
to replace the references to Southampton with references to your own 

In my installation, both files are in the "config" directory, but I 
don't remember if they came there or I moved them there myself.


On 09/08/2015 03:06 PM, Karl Bundy wrote:
> All:
> I am a new user, and I have tried to go through the documentation, 
> etc. but cannot get past an Upload Error when doing a drop-off for a 
> company employee. Regardless of if I do a requested drop off using a 
> logged in user, or the Drop-Off button from an email address not 
> associated with a login (and on a different domain), I get an error 
> message “Upload Error You must be logged in as a Southampton user in 
> order to drop-off a file for a non-Southampton user.  Return to the 
> File Exchange main menu to log in and then try again.”  When I upload 
> a file from a logged in user for an email address not associated with 
> the company or any login, it works fine.  I am using local 
> authentication.   Is there some way I need to associate users other 
> than the adduser.php command to have it recognize users as being 
> associated with our ZendTo instance and not external users?
> Thanks in advance for any assistance,
> Karl Bundy
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Kyle Dippery
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