We are using iFolder 3.8 on OpenSUSE 11 and would like a way for people to browse the iFolder files without using the restrictive web interface (only able to download or view one file at a time) or having to download entire 100GB directories to their computer to view and modify the files they need.
Novell used to have a program called NetDrive that connected to iFolder and mapped a network drive to these files so users could view, modify, add, delete these files in real time, just like an FTP folder in Explorer would work. I believe this old program only works with iFolder 2 or below, and does not work on Vista, Windows 7 or Mac computers. Is there another program that will allow users to view iFolder files as NetDrive used to allow? We need it to work on Windows 7/Vista and Mac OSX computers. As far as I know, it seems to be impossible to add WebDAV on top of iFolder.
Does anyone know of anything that will allow users to browse these files without using the iFolder client or the restrictive web interface?
The following URLs are supported in Vibe, and might appear in the table above.
Permalinks are URLs that remain constant over time, and are used to reference individual workspaces, folders and entries. You can use them as bookmarks, or e-mail them to others. Copy and paste them as needed.
If the folder owner has set up an e-mail address for this folder, then you can add entries directly into the folder via e-mail.
Use the WebDAV URL to access a folder directly as a file directory. Applications such as Windows Explorer and Microsoft Office can use a WebDAV URL to directly access the files stored in a Vibe folder.
You can use this URL to synchronize Vibe task and calendar folders to your desktop calendar application.
Folders can also be accessed using an RSS or ATOM Feed Reader or directly from the file system. Copy the RSS URL below and paste it into your RSS reader to access this folder as an RSS feed.
Caution: This RSS URL has been created for your use only. It uses your access rights. Sending this URL to other people may give them access to entries in this folder that they may not otherwise be able to view.