Old 23rd February 2009, 23:28
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Default remote file server?

I have a server that's only running ISPCONFIG at a remote location. I'd like to find a way to setup a "virtual hard drive" with my Windows desktop and laptop so that I can put my OUTLOOK 2007 file on a remote system and have it accessed as if it was local.

Originally I wanted to find a way to integrate an Exchange Server system into ISPCONFIG to use similar to MS Exchange but I'm worried that the options might mess up ISPCONFIG's configuration.

I'm running CENTOS 5.2.

Any thoughts would be greatly appreciated. Would be willing to paypal a few dollars if it was to go smooth for me.
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Old 24th February 2009, 11:13
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A better solution might be to use imap to sync your emails with imap. Running a remote file server is not very secure and the performance wont good as well.

If you really want to use a remote file server, you will have to use either samby or webdav.
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