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    Re: RM Easylink - need to achive similar... how?

    In my old school, they were solely Precedence-based. Can't fault their support in any way whatsoever. The web-based email could be neater and have a better interface, but Steve Borrill is a top bloke.

    The FileSurfer had only just been introduced as I left, but it did the job that was required :-)

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    Re: RM Easylink - need to achive similar... how?

    On a similar note, has anyone been able to adjust any of these techniques to work with Mac or Firefox?

    As far as I know both have WebDav capability but using easylink stops access by anything but IE. We have found you can use DavExplorer on a Mac to get access but it isn't the nicest interface and is not able to be used from the browser.

    Looking through the easylink scripts I am pretty sure that a lot of the problems are caused by browser detection scripts and Javascripts written only for IE.

    Anyone tried and succeded?

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    Re: RM Easylink - need to achive similar... how?

    You can use webfolders with OS X Tiger and you can view them in folder listing mode in OS X Panther. We've got Easylink and although it is certainly designed only with IE in mind you can use it from Apple workstations if you try hard enough. Can't remember whether had to use IE in OS X ot Safari though.

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    Re: RM Easylink - need to achive similar... how?

    Quote Originally Posted by u8dmtm
    You can use webfolders with OS X Tiger and you can view them in folder listing mode in OS X Panther. We've got Easylink and although it is certainly designed only with IE in mind you can use it from Apple workstations if you try hard enough. Can't remember whether had to use IE in OS X ot Safari though.
    Sounds hopeful. If you have any more information it would be great. I might have a try over the weekend.

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