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  • Started 14 years ago by Gravesland
  • Latest reply 14 years ago from Scott McGuire
  • Gravesland Member

    Ok...I'm sorry if this is a repeat topic...I've tried to search but can't find an answer.

    I create newsletters for my company. Within those newsletters I put links to files that my representatives can download. (ie..."CLICK HERE TO DOWNLOAD" text is an active link to the file). I've been storing those items on my .mac space...using FileChute to create the links (http://.....).

    My home office has decided that they would rather I house my files and documents on an internal ftp site. I can upload and download via Fetch.

    My problem is this. When I put a link in my newsletter.... isn't active. It can't be click on and then used to automatically download the file. The only "protocol" usable in my newsletter is a hyperlink starting with http://.

    I'm just a creative guy using a Word Processor to create fun docs.

    Any thoughts?

    Posted 14 years ago #

  • Scott McGuire Administrator


    Are files that you put on the FTP site accessible via web browser? That is, can files from the FTP site be viewed or downloaded with a web browser, if you know the right http:// address for them?


    Scott McGuire
    Fetch Softworks

    Posted 14 years ago #


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