Webmail Network Disk
Webmail provides a very convenient file and data sharing network disk function. After logged in Webmail, you can upload one or multiple files which you needed to the mail server, copy the download link of the shared file, and then share it to your colleagues or customers.
It has contained the special authentication information in AAMail's download link, so you can download the file directly by clicking the download link without logging in Webmail and then download the file, which is very convenient and practical. The network disk function is very suitable for large attachments sharing. Meanwhile, it supports Win2003 large attachments download, which avoided the trouble of sending and receiving large mails.
AAMail network disk supports uploading 4 files at one time. You can share the files after uploaded, which means that all domain users can see and download the files. Every user can delete his or her uploaded files, while the administrator has the rights to delete all the shared files.
Network Disk Interface (Figure 1-1).
Choose File: Select a file to upload.
Upload: Click to upload files, it supports uploading four files at most at one time.
Copy link: Copy the selected one or multiple files' download links.
Set public: Let all the local domain accounts see and download the files.
Delete: Delete the file permanently (The administrator has the rights to delete all the shared files).
Turn on or turn off the network disk
The Webmail network disk function is turned on in the default settings, and the parameters of "[Setup] NetdiskEnable = 1" will not be displayed, which means allowing all accounts to use the network disk function.
If you want to turn off the network disk function, then you can add the parameters of "NetdiskEnable = 0" under "[Setup]", which means prohibiting all accounts to use the network disk function.