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    I have tried the filebrowser app however i found that due to restrictions on our server it couldn't get to the student profiles and only allowed us to view the shared drive


    Set each share up as a NAS box rather than a PC, with SMB Pipelining turned on. Should work fine with more or less any setup... those must be some very oddball restrictions.

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    +1 for filebrowser, nice and simple and cheap too.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Marci View Post
    Set each share up as a NAS box rather than a PC, with SMB Pipelining turned on. Should work fine with more or less any setup... those must be some very oddball restrictions.[/COLOR]
    that worked thanks

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    It allows you to send to only configured addresses.. Essentially, the folders within the specified folder/s which aircatch has been set to point to are the "email addresses".. My setup for example, aircatch is pointing toward "H:\homefolders" and within here are various pupil folders, a pupil can just send their work to the folder named after them, "fredsmith" from the iPad, in teachers cases, iPhones. Hope that helps.

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    Quote Originally Posted by TopTech View Post
    It allows you to send to only configured addresses.. Essentially, the folders within the specified folder/s which aircatch has been set to point to are the "email addresses".. My setup for example, aircatch is pointing toward "H:\homefolders" and within here are various pupil folders, a pupil can just send their work to the folder named after them, "fredsmith" from the iPad, in teachers cases, iPhones. Hope that helps.
    Thanks for the follow-up. Just to clarify, I would think that AirCatch would need to use the Mail app for sending to the "email addresses", is that correct? If not, then that is brilliant and its exactly what we need for our shared iPad trolleys. If it does create an email account in the Mail app, is it possible for a student to open that up and send an email to a different address than the AirCatch server, or does it handle that by being the SMTP server itself and whitelisting the addresses the email account can send to that way.

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