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I tried to attach an example file, and got the error:
The file c3643_emf.access.log-20170708.gz does not have a valid extension for an attachment and has been removed. 7z,alc,are,bmp,csv,cylc,dbf,doc,docx,gpx,gzlc,ics,pdf,ppt,pptx,qvd,qvw,qvx,rtf,slc,srclc,tbm,tde,tds,tdsx,tms,tps,twb,twbx,txt,xls,xlsx,xml,yxdb,yxft,yxi,yxlc,yxmc,yxmd,yxwz,yxzp,yzwz,yzxp are the valid extensions.
So, I compressed it using 7-Zip into a .7z file and attached it. It is from a test (not containing any sensitive information) we ran last year, and extracts fine using 7-Zip. You will need to extract from the extract.
I was also surprised to see that the file does not even show up in the "all data files" list, nor when selecting GZip. I believe this may be due to the specification as "*.tar.gz" rather than just "*.gz".
I believe this would be a great feature... if it worked...