[ok-mail] [K12OSN] file management

John Hansknecht jhansknecht at hanstech.com
Wed Dec 8 20:13:19 UTC 2004

On Wednesday 08 December 2004 14:25, Lee Myrick wrote:
> Thanks. That looks like a good option for us. Out of curiosity, are you
> using a separate mail server from the main server?

We are using a separate mail server however that is mostly because we are 
running Exchange 5.5 for our primary and I don't have enough licenses. When I 
switch to a new mail server next summer I hope to combine the two... well, 
actually, our school mail comes from uofdjesuit.org and all student mail 
comes from student.uofdjesuit.org and that functionality I would keep even if 
I combine to a single mail server. I want to make it difficult for students 
to pretend to be staff or faculty.


> On Dec 8, 2004, at 10:28 AM, 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.
> > --
> >
> > Thanks,
> >
> > John
> Leland
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