Note: HTTP upload can be used as received for bug tracker. See example for FogBugz.
HTTP upload send method options
1. "URL" (.SendHTTPURL) option specifies target URL for file upload. Usually, it's script name on web server. See description of HTTP upload method for discussion of upload scripts. Do not add here "http://" or ":80" parts here. Specify only domain name (or IP), path and script name. Example: www.example.com/folder/upload.php
Warning: be sure to setup adequate maximum upload file limits in your web-server/script configuration. Otherwise sending may fail on large bug reports.
2. "Port" (.SendHTTPPort) option specifies HTTP port on web server. It's 80 by default. Other common value is 8080. For SSL/TLS it's usually 443.
3. "SSL / TLS" (.SendHTTPSSL) option enabled secure mode (HTTPS protocol). Don't forget to adjust port number, if you change this checkbox.
4. "BasicAuth" (.SendHTTPAuthLogin, .SendHTTPAuthPassword) options specify account details for Basic-Auth type authentication. Usually these fields are blank. Fill them, if you use Basic-Auth on your web server.
Warning: your real account's data will be stored inside application. Even if it's encrypted - it's still stored inside .exe, so it can be stolen. Create a new special account for bug reporting via this method.
5. "Proxy" (.SendHTTPProxyHost, .SendHTTPProxyPort, .SendHTTPProxyLogin, .SendHTTPProxyPassword) options specify proxy details. You can leave them blank to use system-provided settings. Or you can fill these values to set custom proxy.