From: Chad Hardin <cehardin@ma...> - 2003-12-26 22:30:08
On Dec 25, 2003, at 11:24 PM, Mayuresh Kathe wrote:
> On Friday, December 26, 2003, at 10:24AM, Chad Hardin
> <cehardin@...> wrote:
>>> Would you also offer a WebDAV interface to the storage module?
>> That's the plan! :-)
> Thats great, when is it going to start?
> I am itching to test it out... :-)
It's gonna be somewhat difficult because, AFAIK, linux does not have
any kind of support for mounting webdav filesystems. There are some
webdav clients, such as cadaver though. Using a client is pretty
clumsy though, it's much better to be able to mount such things. If
anyone is looking for a good linux project, this would be it. Read on.
Right now you can use ftp to see your directory. There is also some
experimental support for mounting ftp servers in linux, I need to check
into how well that works out. You can info on it here:
This may also be a good starting space for anyone wanting to write code
for mounting webdav filesystems.
Also, in the next day or twi the http://www.sgstep.com portal will be open and
you'll be able to check your email, browse your home directory,
upload/download files to your home directory, and do some calendaring
stuff, all via the web. This is all thanks to the openwebmail project.
very nice project. It's gonna be sutomized to look steppish, including
having GNUMail icons.
>>> How many people can your server easily handle?
>> I really don't know. I can handle about 2000 accounts in storage, but
>> it's the bandwidth I'm not sure about.
> Its the bandwidth that becomes the make-or-break factor...
Yes, I can boost it up to a maximum upload speed of about 1.5Mbs. That
of course, costs more, so I won't do that till it's evident that it is
needed. I don't have any bandwidth limits though, which is good.
>> You account is setup.
> Thanks... :-)
>> IMAP must be on SSL, the server is mail.sgstep.com
> Is there also POP?
Yes, it appears to be working, please try it out both with and without
SSL. It's preferable to use SSL so your password is secure.
> The loser now will be later to win,
> for the times they are a changin'
> - Bob Dylan
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