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Old 13 May 2020, 13:57
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RichieBoy67 RichieBoy67 is offline
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Look under diagnostics, php info to get your file path to your attachments directory. Go into admincp under attachments, storage type. Under the directory option change it to the new path.

Make sure permissions are correct as well.

I wouldn't reccomend keeping attachments in the database.

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