[SATLUG] Looking for software

Borries Demeler demeler at biochem.uthscsa.edu
Sat Jun 28 05:48:32 CDT 2008


Brad, thanks for the information. In my original e-mail I was looking
for a free gpl program. I am thinking of a GPL project with a maturity
like mailman or squirrelmail. Can you recommend any WebDAV application
that falls into this category?

Thanks, -borries
> 
> On 6/27/08, Borries Demeler wrote:
> 
> >  The files on the server should be encrypted, when downloaded with the
> >  right key (embedded in link), file gets decrypted
> 
> There are various WebDAV-based programs on various platforms that try 
> to make it as easy as possible to integrate with your desktop 
> programs, e-mail included.
> 
> There are even some e-mail systems that include their own 
> WebDAV-enabled attachment storage, so all you have to do is send the 
> e-mail with the attachment and the system is intelligent enough to 
> file the attachment off to the side and replace the actual file with 
> a link to the site where it can be downloaded, etc....  Zimbra is one 
> example of such a system, but I'm sure that there are others.
> 
> I'd start by looking for easy-to-use WebDAV clients on your platforms 
> of choice, and see where you can go from there.
> 
> 
> More complex systems are available from companies like Xythos, where 
> you can set ACLs as to who can see which files, assign passwords to 
> files, and so much more.  But I wouldn't recommend this solution 
> off-the-bat, I would instead recommend that you try to find simpler 
> lighter-weight options that you investigate first.
> 
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