Can't import csv file

Desmond

New Member
Hello everyone, i got this error when import csv file. my csv form is okay and has upload ok in another server.

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Brett

New Member
This is usually a formatting issue ... could be the way the quotes are handled, could be a trailing extra comma.
Are you able to just take one line only and upload it to see if the formatting is correct first?
If it uploads then the formatting is fine, so the problem may be in the data

Something I have used before to correct formatting is to upload into google docs spreadsheet then export again.
 

Vpul Shah

Well-Known Member
Hello Desmond,

There is a sample file given to download.

Download it and add one email id and then save it and upload it. If it works then add all data in that.
 

Desmond

New Member
Thanks Bro, But as i said before My CSV form is normal and i can upload in another server. just only this server i has got this error. Sorry for my bad english. :)
 

twisted1919

Administrator
Staff member
This is an error generated by PHP itself that can't move the file from it's temporary location into it's final destination.
You should check if you have enough disk space and if the destination folder is really writable (0777) by the web server.
 

Stanislav

New Member
This is an error generated by PHP itself that can't move the file from it's temporary location into it's final destination.
You should check if you have enough disk space and if the destination folder is really writable (0777) by the web server.

I have the same problem. How can i find folder which is needed to be writable by web server? I've checked all tmp folders. All folders are writable. And I have 90Gb of free space.
 

twisted1919

Administrator
Staff member
@Stanislav - /tmp is the temporary folder where usually temp files go into, but depending on your php settings, it can be any other folder too.
Go to mailwizz > backend > misc > php info and look for the path where uploads go and make sure that is writable by the web server.
 

Stanislav

New Member
@Stanislav - /tmp is the temporary folder where usually temp files go into, but depending on your php settings, it can be any other folder too.
Go to mailwizz > backend > misc > php info and look for the path where uploads go and make sure that is writable by the web server.

Thank you very much!
I found that there were no any temp folder specifyed in php.ini.
 
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