[ok-mail] [K12OSN] file management

Kevin Verheyen thepiano at pandora.be
Wed Dec 8 18:52:43 UTC 2004

We are using Commingate as mailserver although it's paying,
as we do limit the number of stored files AND also the amount of disk 

This gives us full control over the use of the storage volumes.

Kevin Verheyen
IT Coördinator SG Rupel
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Apple Distinguished Educator Belgium
On 08 Dec 2004, at 19:37, Brian Chase wrote:

>  Mind sharing with us the link to get that squirrelmail module for 
> file sharing?
>  John Hansknecht wrote:
> On Wednesday 08 December 2004 11:16, Lee Myrick wrote:
> I was wondering how some of you deal with managing the movement of
> files that students want to work on at home--let's say  a lengthy essay
> that the student works on at school for a couple of weeks then wants to
> finish at home over the weekend.
> I don't know the age of your students, but we have given our students 
> mail
> accounts... however we use squirrelmail as the student mail client and 
> it has
> a module that allows students to upload and store files on the mail 
> server.
> You have the ability to limit there total file space with this tool as 
> well.
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