First, I want you to download the script on this page:
And send me an email with the script’s results.
There may be a work around. There are couple of ways you can get it to work. One
involves what to do with the results of the script. This solution may involve
changing server or PHP settings.
The other way is to specify ‘*’ (an asterisk) in the permitted mime types
parameter (mimetypes), which will allow any file, but you can control file types
by specifying the extension in the file type parameter (filetypes). This comes
at a cost of essentially removing the mime detection security, but the plugin
will work. You are free to do this, but you risk persons uploading malicious
files that could be masked as image files. If you trust the users who have
access to the uploader, then it really isn’t a problem. So, it’s up to you.
So, it would look something like this: