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    How To Set The File Size Limit For File Uploader And What Are SSL Forms?

    Asked by dpuseym9defensecom on January 30, 2015 at 12:11 PM

    I was wondering if there is an option to receive larger attachments then 1024 kb.
    Does the Premium Package allow for larger attachments? Also please explain the SSL security on the email for, does the free option not have that? 

    Thanks,

    David

    Page URL:
    http://www.m9usa.com/contact.html

    thanks premium package then email
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    Answered by Sean on January 30, 2015 at 02:00 PM

    Hello dpuseym9defensecom,

    You can determine the maximum size of a file that the user is allowed to attach to by setting it in the the preference for the file uploader that you are using.



    SSL or secured forms encrypt the information entered by the form user to ensure that it is safely transmitted to the form owner. This is this the safest ways to transmit information via the web. SSL forms are available for all accounts on Jotform but the amount of submissions available vary across accounts. Please note the limits provided to each account regarding SSL Submissions monthly.

    Free Account - 10 SSL Submissions
    Premium Account - 1,000 SSL Submissions
    Economy Account - 10,000 SSL Submissions
    Professional Account - 100,000 SSL Submissions

    I hope this helps. Feel free to contact us if further support is needed.


    Cheers!
    Sean