GF Upload to Email Attachment
Gravity Forms was built to be able to store all uploaded files to the server and email you a link. There are times that you need to have that file get attached to the notification email. By creating a notification in the form with GFUEA added to the end of it tells Gravity Forms to also attach any files to the outbound email as well as save it with the entry in the back-end.
Works with both single and multiple upload boxes as well as multiiple notifiations. As this notification name isn't really used in any other place I thought it would be the easiest way to add this functionality.
Utilizes code example from Gravity Forms gforms_notification page modified to attach the files getting uploaded to the notification email based upon last 5 characters of the notification name.
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