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File sharing area

Thread began 4/09/2011 6:35 pm by bbgd | Last modified 4/11/2011 4:37 pm by bbgd | 886 views | 2 replies |

bbgd

File sharing area

I am trying to create a area that people can upload a file for someone else to download that file. I think I have the upload OK but it looks like I have to name the download file. I don't want that to be a specific name. I want it ti be the name of the file uploaded. It would also be good if people could make a directory in the file sharing area to store there files in. Is this possible with the Universal Email4? If not what do you suggest.

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Jason ByrnesWebAssist

This wont be possible using universal Email with out a considerable amount of hand coding, to be honest, I'm not sure if there is an extension that will create what you are looking for without doing some hand coding.

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bbgd

So. I guess it's up to WebAssit to develop such and animal, so I can buy it, so I wouldn't have to learn to go that deep into hand coding :) Thanks for your response.

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